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New York voters enrolled in a party are going to the polls today to choose their presidential candidates.

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      Hillary Clinton scored a tight victory over Bernie Sanders in the Massachusetts Democratic presidential primary Tuesday. Supporters of both candidates came together last night to talk unity in the wake of a hard-fought campaign.

The race was so close that the Associated Press did not call the Massachusetts primary for Clinton until shortly before midnight, almost four hours after the polls closed.  The unofficial results with more than 95 percent of the state’s precincts reporting had Clinton with 50.3 percent of the vote to 48.5 percent for Sanders.

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        Hillary Clinton barnstormed into western Massachusetts today for a get-out-the-vote rally on the eve of the Massachusetts Democratic presidential primary on Super Tuesday.

Clinton began the 24-hour countdown to the polls and caucus sites opening in more than a dozen states with a Monday morning address to a crowd of about 400 people packed into the community room at the Museum of Springfield History, where she asked voters in western Massachusetts to support her tomorrow.

This is a picture of U.S. Senator and Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders speaking at UMass Amherst Monday night.
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Vermont U.S. Senator and Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders spoke to an enthusiastic crowd at UMass Amherst last night, about a week before the Massachusetts primary.

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With less than two weeks before Massachusetts holds its presidential primaries, Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are ramping up their campaigns for what is shaping up to be a highly competitive contest.

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Former U.S. Senator and one-time presidential candidate Bill Bradley joined a crowd of roughly 75 people for a question and answer session at Williams College this week. The Democrat gave some insight into how he thinks the 2016 presidential race will turn out.

MONTPELIER, VT. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont is pushing legislation to stop corporations from sheltering income in the Cayman Islands and other tax havens. The legislation also would end tax breaks for companies that ship jobs and factories overseas.

Most people have never heard of the "Chained CPI", a proposal in Congress that would, if approved, reduce benefits to veterans, federal retirees and Social Security recipients.  Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and numerous groups discussed their efforts to stop the Chained CPI during a conference call Friday.