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The race for the Democratic Party nomination for president is a historic one.
For the first time in history, the two leading candidates are a woman, Hillary Clinton, and a black man, Barack Obama.
The candidate in third place – in both the delegate race and in most polls in the state and nation – is John Edwards, the former U.S. senator from North Carolina. If Edwards won the nominee and then were elected president, he'd be the first president to claim the Palmetto State as his birthplace since Andrew Jackson. Edwards was born in Seneca.
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