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Super Tuesday Primary Analysis

By Mark Scott

Buffalo, NY – Two dozen states, including New York, are holding presidential primaries Tuesday. Polls show the state's "favorite daughter" Hillary Rodham Clinton winning the Democratic primary here. With Rudy Giuliani out of the race, John McCain is expected to be the choice of New York Republicans.

University at Buffalo political science professor James Campbell has been studying presidential campaigns for more than three decades now. He says this year's race is the "most peculiar" he can remember.

Tuesday's votes could solidify a front-runner in both parties -- or not. We reached Professor Campbell at his North Campus office to talk about Super Tuesday.

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