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What did “Super Tuesday” tell us about the Presidential election?

Trump transcends the rules of the game—but Rubio and Cruz aren't finished yet

By Andrew Stuttaford  

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses supporters at her Super Tuesday election night rally in Miami, Tuesday, March 1, 2016. ©Gerald Herbert/AP/Press Association Images

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Let’s get the easy stuff out of the way. Hillary Clinton had a good night, stumbling in places where she was expected to stumble: Colorado, and also Vermont, where Sanders is the junior senator. But benefiting from solid African-American support in the south…

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