Next stop: South Carolina.
South Carolina is where the 2016 presidential races are expected to come into better focus after a jumbled start in Iowa and New Hampshire.
For Democrats, supporters of front-runner Hillary Clinton see South Carolina as the firewall to stop U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who nearly beat the former secretary of state in Iowa and defeated her Tuesday in New Hampshire.
Among Republicans, New York billionaire developer Donald Trump, the national front-runner, is coming off a win Tuesday in New Hampshire, following U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz’s victory in the Iowa caucuses.
Trump and Cruz are atop the S.C. polls — good news for voters who want a candidate promising to tear down almost everything in Washington. . . . . . (snip)
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