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Where the Candidates Stand Before Super Tuesday

Donald Trump has a substantial GOP delegate lead going into Super Tuesday, but he’s lagging behind in other metrics that traditionally hint at campaigns’ strengths. The business-mogul-turned-politician is defying Washington’s conventional wisdom with little cash and, of course, few congressional endorsements.  

Hillary Clinton increased her already considerable lead of Democratic delegates over the weekend at the South Carolina primary.  

But Clinton’s competition, Sen. Bernard Sanders, I-Vt., had a strong fundraising month in January, according to a CQ Roll Call analysis of campaign contributions.  



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