Clinton eyes decisive win as South Carolina begins voting

Hillary Clinton is eyeing a decisive win in South Carolina's Democratic primaryHillary Clinton is eyeing a decisive win in South Carolina’s Democratic presidential nomination race Saturday, with the hope of gaining momentum against Bernie Sanders before the upcoming high-stakes “Super Tuesday” contests. Just one week after Donald Trump barreled to victory in the state’s Republican vote, Democrats are taking center stage in South Carolina, where 55 percent of voters in the 2008 Democratic primary were black. Clinton is favored to win the southern state, and already leads in the delegate count at this early stage, having won two of the first three nomination contests — in Iowa, narrowly, and Nevada.

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