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This is In The News in VOA Special English.

After Super Tuesday, Republicans have their likely nominee for president in the November election, John McCain. But for Democrats, there was nothing super about the biggest day of voting in the nation’s presidential nominating history. Almost half this days voted on delegates for the conventions this summer where the parties will nominate their candidates. California and other states are normally held their votes later in the year, move them up to have more influence. Yet the democrats are no closer to a clear front runner than were before Tuesday.

Senator McCain of Arizona is now the clear Republican front runner. He won nine states. Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney won 7. And former Arkansas governor Mike Haucabee won the remaining 5 states where Republicans voted on Tuesday all in the south. But on Thursday Mitt Romney left the race. He said taking his fight to the convention would delay the launch about national campaign and make it easier for Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama to win.

For Democrats the fight continues between senator Clinton of New York and senator Obama of Illinois. He won more states but she won delegates heavy states like New York and the biggest of all, California. They ended up with close delegates counts as a result of the complex process that the democrats use for dividing delegates.

The primary season will continue through June. Voters in 8 states make their choices in the next week. John McCain has well over half the delegates needed to win the Republican nomination. Some republicans think he is not conservative enough. He is asking his party to unite behind him. A new time magazine poll suggests just John McCain would loss to Barack Obama for 48 to 41 percent. But if the election were between John McCain and Hillary Clinton, the study shows that each would get 46 percent.

As the Democratic race intensifies, so does the raise for money. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each raised about 100,000,000 dollars last year. But his campaign reported raising 32,000,000 dollars in January compare to 13,000,000 for her campaign. Unlike many Obama supporters, many Clinton supporters already have given the limit permitted by law. Hillary Clinton said this week that she loaned 5 million dollars of her own money to her campaign last month.

On Super Tuesday voters who said they care most about the economy were more likely to vote for Hillary Clinton or John McCain. Democrats who said the Iraq War was the most important issue were more likely to choose Barack Obama. One the Republican side, Mitt Romney catches the majority of voters who said immigration was the most important issue.

And that's In The News in VOA Special English written B. Bleck.
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This is in the news in VOA special english .After super Thuesday,Republicans have their likely nominate for president in the Noverber election,J.M.But for democrates there was nothing super about the bigest day of voting in the nation's presidental nomination history.Almost half the strates voted on deligates for conventions this summer where the parties will nominate their candiates.Clifunia and other states that nomally have their votes late in the year moved them up to have more influence.Yet the democrates are no closer to a clear frontsdraner than they were befor Tuesday.Sentor M of Ylisangna is now the clear Repubican frontsdraner.He won 9 states.Former Maiseqiusearch governer M.D. won 3.and former M governer M won the meaning 5 states where Republican voted on Tuesday or in the Sorth.But on Thursday M left the race.He said taking his fight to convention would delay the longth of national campion and make it eaier for Xilali Kelinton or Orbakou Bama to win.For demorcates the fight continues when sentor K of New York and sentor O in Elinuoyi.He won more states but she won delicate states like New York and the bigest of all Clifornia.The end up will close deligate counts as a resualt of the complicate process the democrates use for devoting deligates.The primary season will continue throuth June.Voters in 80 states make their choices in the next week.J.M has well over half the deligate needed to won the Republican nomination.Some Republicans think he is not conservate enough. He is asking his party to unit behind him.A new time magzine pose suggest that that J.M. would lose to P.O.B 48 to 41 percent.But if the election would between J.M and X.K the study show each would get 46 percent.As the democrate intensifise so does the race for money.X.K and P>OB each raised about 100 million dollars last year.But his campain reported raising 32 minllion dollars in general.Compar to 30 million for her campain.Unlike many O supporters many K supporters already have given the limite promite by law.X.K said this week that she lone five million dollars of her own money to her campain last month.On super Tuesday voters who said they cared most about the economy would more likely to vote for X.K or J.M. Democrates who said the Iraq war was the most important issue more likely to choose B.O.On the republican side medramoni captherd the mojoraty of voters who said enagrasion was the most important issue.and that is in the news in VOA special english .written by B.B.
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This is In The News in VOA Special English:

After Super Tuesday Republicans have their likely nominee for president in the November Election, John McCain. But for Democrats there was nothing super about the biggest day of voting in the nation's presidential nominating history.

Almost half the states voted on delegates for the conventions this summer, where the parties will nominate their candidates. California and other states that normally held their votes later in the year, move them up to have more influence. Yet the democrats are no closer to a clear front runner than they were before Tuesday.

Senator McCain of Arizona is now the clear Republican front runner. He won nine states. Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney won seven. And former Arkansas governor Mike Haucabee won the remaining 5 states where republic voted on Tuesday all in the south. But on Thursday Mitt Romney left the race. He said taking his fight to the convention would delay the launch about the national campaign and make it easier for Hilary Clinton or Barack Obama to win.

For democrats the fight continues between Senator Clinton of New York and Senator Obama of Illinois. He won more states, but she won delgate heavy states like New York and the biggest of all, California. They ended up with close delegate counts as a result of the complex process that the democrats use for dividing delegates.

The primary season will continue through June. Voters in the eight states will make their choices in the next week. John McCain has well over half the delegate needed to win the Republican nomination. Some Republicans think he is not conservetive enough. He is asking his party to unite behind him. A new Time Magazine poll suggests that John McCain will lose to Barack Obama 48 to 41 percent. But if election will between John McCain and Hilary Clinton the study shows that each would get 46 percent.

As the Democratic fight intensifies, so does the raise for money. Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama each raised about 100 million dollars last year. But his campaign reported raising 32 million dollars in January campare 13 million for her campaign. Unlike many Obama supporters, many Clinton supporters already have given the limit permitted by law. Hilary Clinton said this week that she loaned five million dollars of her own money to her campaign last month.

On Super Tuesday voters who said they care most about the economy were more likely to vote for Hillary Clinton or John McCain. Democrats who said the Iraq war was the most important issue were more likely to choose Barack Obama. On the Republican side, Mitt Romney captured the majority of voters who said immigration was the most important issue.

And that in the news in VOA Special English written by Briona Bleick.
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This is In The News in VOA Special English.

After Super Tuesday, Republicans have their likely nominee for president in the November election, John McCain. But for Democrats, there was nothing super about the biggest day of voting in the nation's presidential nominating history. Almost half the states voted on delegates for the conventions this summer where the parties will nominate their candidates. California and other states that normally held their votes later in the year moved them up to have more influence. Yet the Democrats are no closer to a clear front runner than they were before Tuesday.

Senator McCain of Arizona is now the clear Republican front runner. He won nine states. Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney won seven. And former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee won the remaining five states where Republicans voted on Tuesday all in the south. But on Thursday Mitt Romney left the race. He said taking his fight to the convention would delay the launch about national campaign and make it easier for HillaryClinton or Barack Obama to win.

For Democrats the fight continues between Senator Clinton of New York and Senator Obama of Illinois. He won more states but she won delegate/ heavy states like New York and the biggest of all, California. They ended up with close delegate/ counts as a result of the complex process that the Democrats use for dividing delegates.

The primary season will continue through June. Voters in eight states make their choices in the next week. John McCain has well over half the delegates needed to win the Republican nomination. Some Republicans think he is not conservative enough. He is asking his party to unite behind him. A new Time magazine poll suggests that John McCain would loss to Barack Obama /for/ 48 to 41 percent. But if the election were between John McCain and Hillary Clinton, the study shows that each would get 46 percent.

As the Democratic race intensifies, so does the race for money. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each raised about 100 million dollars last year. But his campaign reported raising 32 million dollars in January compared to 13 million for her campaign. Unlike many Obama supporters, many Clinton supporters already have given the limit permitted by law. Hillary Clinton said this week that she loaned five million dollars of her own money to her campaign last month.

On Super Tuesday voters who said they cared most about the economy were more likely to vote for Hillary Clinton or John McCain. Democrats who said the Iraq War was the most important issue were more likely to choose Barack Obama. On the Republican side, Mitt Romney captured the majority of voters who said immigration was the most important issue.

And that's In The News in VOA Special English written by Brianna Blake.
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This is in the news in VOA Special English

After Super Tuesday, Republicans have there likely nominee for president in the November election J.M.K, but for a democrats there was nothing super about the biggest days of voting in the nation’s presidential nominating history, almost half the states voted on delegates for the conventions this summer, where the parties was nominate their candidates.

California and other states that normally hold their votes later in a year move them up to have more influence. Yet the democrats are no closer to a clear front runner than they were before Tuesday.

Senator M.A is now the clear republican front runner. He won 9 states. Former Mastust governor M.R.won 7 and former Arkansas governor M.H.K.B won the remaining 5 states where republican voted Tuesday all in the south.

But on Thursday M.R left the race. He said taking his fighter to the convention would delay the launch of national campaign and make it easy for H.Clinton or B.R.B to win. For Democrats the fighter continues between senator Clinton of New York and senator O.B of E.N, he won more states but she won delegates having state like New York and the biggest all California. They ended up with a close delegates counts that results of the complex process that the democrats use for dividing delegates

the primary season will continue through June. Votes in 8 states make their choices in the next week. J.M has won over half the delegates needed to win the republican nomination. Some republicans think he is not conservative enough. He is asking his party to unite behind him

a new Time magazine Poll suggests that Jhon. Makon would lose to B.B.Hma 48 to 41 percent. But if the election was between Jhon.M and H.Clinton, the study shows that each would get 46 percent.

As the democratic race in intensifies, so does the race for money. H.C and B.BM each raise about 100 million dollars last year, but his campaign reported raising 32 million dollars in January compare to 13 million for her campaign. Unlike many H.B supporters, many Clinton supporters already have given the limit permitted by law. H.clinton said this week that she lawn 5 million dollars of her own money to her campaign last month.

On Super Tuesday, voters who said they care most about the economy were more likely to vote for H.Clinton or Jhon.M. Democrats who say the Iraqi war was the most important issue were more likely to choose B.O.B.

On the republican side, M.R capture the majority of the voters who said immigration was the most important issue.

And that is in the news in VOA Special English writing by B.B
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This is In The News in VOA Special English.

After Super-Tuesday,Republicans have their likely nominee for president in the November election,J.M.But for Democrats,there was nothing super above the biggest day of voting in the nation's presidential nominating history.

Almost half these days voted on delegates for the conventions this summer.
Where the parties will nominate their candidates.California and other states that normally held their votes later in the year moved them up to have more influence.Yet the Democrats are no closer to a clare front runner than they were before Tuesday.
Senator Mc.of Arizona is now the clear Republican front runner.He won nine states.
Former Massachusetts governor M.R won seven.And former Arkansis goveror M.H won the remaining five states.Where Republican voted on Tuesday all in the south.But on Thursday ,M.R left the race.He said taking his fight to the convention would delay the launch about National Campaign.And make it easier for Hillary Clinton or B.Obama to win.For Democrats,the fight continues between senator Clinton of New York and senator Obama of Illinois.He won more states,but she won delegate heavy state like New York,and the biggest of all California.They ended up with close delegate counts as a result of the complex process that the Democrats use for dividing delegates.

The primary season will continue through June.Voters in eight states make their choices in the next week.JohnMcCain has well over half the delegates needed to win the Repulican nomination.Some Republicans think he is not conservative enough.He is asking his party to unite behind him.

A new Time Magazine poll suggests that J.McCain would lose to B.Obama 48 to 41 percent.But if the election were between J.McCain and HillaryClinton.The study shows that each would get 46 percent.As the Democratic race intensifies, so dose the race for money.HillaryClnton and B.Obama each raised about 100 million dollars last year.But his campaign reportied raising 32 million dollars in Janunary compared to 13 million for her campaign.

Unlike many Obama supporters,many Coliton supporters already have given the limlte permitted by law.HillaryClinton said this week that she loaned five million dollars of her own money to her campaign last month.

On Super-Tuesday, voters who said they care most about the economy will more likely to vote for HillaryClinton or J.McCain.

Democrats who said the Iraq war was the most important issue were more likely to choose B.Obama.On the Republican side,M.R captured the majority of voters who said immigration was the most important issue.
And that's In The News in VOA Special English writen by B.B.

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22:11 This is In The News in VOA Special English.
After Super Tuesday republican have their likely nominee for president in the November election. John Macain. But for democrats there was nothing super about the biggest day of voting in the nation's presidential nominating history. Almost half the states voted on delegates for the conventions this summer where the parties will nominate their candidates.
Carlifornia and other states that normally held their votes later in the year move them up to have their influence. Yet the democrats are no closer to a clear front runner than they were before Tuesday. Senator Macain of Arizona is now the clear republican front runner. He won 9 states. Former Massechusetts governor Mid Ramly won seven. and former Akensa governor Mike Huckbee won the remaining 5 states where republicans voted on Tuesday all in the south.
But on Thursday Mid Ramly left the race. He said taking his fight to the convention would delay the launch of our national campaign and make it easier for Hilliry Cliton or Brark Abama to win. For democrats the fight continues between Senator Cliton of New York and Senator Abama of Innanoy. He won more states but she won delegate heavy states like New York, and the biggest of all, Carlifornia. They ended up with close delegates counts as a result of the complex process that the democrats use for dividing delegates.
The primary season will continue flew June. Voters in eight states make their choices in the next week. John Macain has well over half the delegates needed to win the republican nomination. Some republicans think he is not conservative enough. He is asking his party to unite behind him. A new Time Magazine poll suggests that John Macain would lose to Brark Abama 48 to 41%, but if the election were between John Macain and Hiliry Cliton the study shows that each would get 46%.
As the democratic race intensifies so does the race for money. Hilliry Cliton and Brark Abama each raised about 100 million dollars last year but his campaign reported raising 32 million dollars in January compared to 13 million for her campaign. Unlike many Abama supporters, many Cliton's supporters already have given their limit permited by law. Hilliry Cliton said this week that she loaned 5 million dollars of her own money to her campaign last month.
On Super Tuesday voters who said they cared most about the economy were more likely to vote for Hilliry Cliton or John Macain. Democrats who said the Iraq war was the most important issue were more likely to choose Brark Abama. On the republican side Mid Ramly captured the majority of voters who said immigration was the most important issue.
And that's In The News in VOA Special English written by Briana Blake. 22:25
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this is in the news in voa special English.

After super Tuesday, republic have their likely normally for president in November election J.L. But in the democrats, these was nothing super about the biggest day of voting in the nation's presidential normalation history. Almost half the dates voted on delegates for the convention this summer where the partys were normalit their candidates.

Califonia and other states have normally held their votes later in the year, moved them up to have more influence. Yet the democrats are no closer to a clear front drowner before Tuesday.

S.M of A clear republicion from drower, he won nine states. Former M governer M.D won 7. And governer won the remaining 5 states where republic voted on Tuestday all in the south.

But on Thursday M left the race. He said taking his fight on the convention will delate the launch of a national campaign and make it easer for C.L or A.B to win.

For democrates the fight continue between D.L of New York and S.O of A. She won more states, but she won deligate having its sates like New York and biggest of all, California.

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This is In The News in VOA Special English.

After "Super Tuesday", Republicans have their likely nominee for president in the November election, John McCain. But for Democrats, there was nothing super about the biggest day of voting in the nation's presidential nominating history.

Almost half the states voted on delegates for the conventions this summer where the parties will nominate their candidates. California and other states that normally held their votes later in the year moved them up to have more influence. Yet the Democrats are no closer to a clear front runner than they were before Tuesday.

Senator McCain of Arizona is now the clear Republican front runner. He won nine states. Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney won seven. And former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee won the remaining five states where Republicans voted on Tuesday, all in the south. But on Thursday Mitt Romney left the race. He said taking his fight to the convention would delay the launch of // national campaign and make it easier for Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama to win.

For Democrats the fight continues between Senator Clinton of New York and Senator Olbama of Illinois. He won more states but she won delegate heavy states like New York and the biggest of all, California. They ended up with close delegate counts as a result of the complex process that the Democrats use for dividing delegates.

The primary season will continue through June. Voters in eight states make their choices in the next week. John McCain has well over half the delegates needed to win the Republican nomination. Some Republicans think he is not conservative enough. He is asking his party to unite behind him. A new Time magazine poll suggests that John McCain would loss to Barack Obama 48 to 41 percent. But if the election were between John McCain and Hillary Clinton, the study shows that each would get 46 percent.

As the Democratic race intensifies, so does the race for money. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each raised about 100 million dollars last year. But his campaign reported raising 32 million dollars in January compared to 13 million for her campaign. Unlike many Obama supporters, many Clinton supporters already have given the limit permitted by law. Hillary Clinton said this week that she loaned five million dollars of her own money to her campaign last month.

On Super Tuesday voters who said they cared most about the economy were more likely to vote for Hillary Clinton or John McCain. Democrats who said the Iraq War was the most important issue were more likely to choose Barack Obama. On the Republican side, Mitt Romney captured the majority of voters who said immigration was the most important issue.

And that's In The News in VOA Special English written by Brianna Blake.

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This is In the News in VOA special English.
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And that’s In the News in VOA special English…

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This is in the News in VOA Special English.

After Super Tuesday, Republicans have their likely nominee for president in the November election, John M. But for Democrats, there was nothing super about the biggest day of voting in the nation’s presidential nominating history. Almost half of states voted on delegates for the conventions this summer, where the parties will nominate their candidates.

California and other states that normally held their votes later in the year moved them up to have more influence. Yet, the Democrats are no closer to a clear front runner than they were before Tuesday. Senator M. of Arizona is now the clear Republican front runner. He won 9 states. Former Massachusetts governor M.R. won 7. And former Arkansas governor Mike H. won the remaining 5 states where Republicans voted on Tuesday, all in the south.

But on Tuesday, M.R. left the race. He said taking his fight to the convention would delay the launch of our national campaign and make it easier for H. Clinton or B. to win. For Democrats, the fight continues between Senator Clinton of New York and Senator B. of Illinois. He won more states, but she won delegate heavy states by New York and the biggest of all, California. They ended up with close delegate counts as a result of the complex process that the Democrats use for dividing delegates.

The primary season will continue through June. Voters in 8 states make their choices in the next week. John M. has well over half the delegates needed to win the Republican nomination. Some Republicans think he is not conservative enough. He is asking his party to unite behind him. A new Time Magazine poll suggests that John M. would lose to B., 48 to 41 percents. But if the election was between John M. and H. Clinton, the study shows that each would get 46 percents.

As the Democratic race intensifies, so does the race for money. H. Clinton and B. each raise about 100 million dollars last year. But his campaign reported raising 32 million dollars in January, compared to 13 million for her campaign. Unlike many B. supporters, many Clinton supporters already have given the limit permitted by law. H. Clinton said this week that she loaned 5 million dollars of her own money to her campaign last month.

On Super Tuesday, voters who said they cared most about the economy were more likely to vote for H. Clinton or John M. Democrats who said the Iraq war was the most important issue were more likely to choose B. on the Republican side, M.R captured the majority of voters who said immigration was the most important issue.

And that's In the News in VOA Special English written by**. laugh.gif
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