US election: Democrats divided days before 'Super Tuesday'

The so-called Super Tuesday will award one-third of the available national delegates. And it could determine the person likely to win the backing of the party.

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    Voters in 14 US states and one territory head to the polls on Tuesday to decide who in the Democratic Party should challenge President Donald Trump in November.

    The outcome of the so-called Super Tuesday could determine the person likely to win it all.

    Al Jazeera's Patty Culhane reports from Washington, DC.


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