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Paul
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« on: November 24, 2003, 01:05:38 pm »

Dean hardly has the primary sown up.  The real problem for him is that some of the pretenders or "dark horse" candidates have decided to disregard NH and IA and instead focus on Feb 3 primaries, mainly in the South and West.
Even if Dean sweeps NH, how much will one week of media coverage really help in states like South Carolina or Oklahoma?  And, if Gephardt wins Iowa, then he and Dean will be splitting the annointing.
I think the big test will be who is standing after Feb 3.  Edwards, Clark, and Lieberman could all show well in these states.
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