US Bible Belt tightens Super Tuesday tussle

Ten states set to vote for their preferred candidate to challenge President Obama in November.

    The top Republican hopefuls are counting down to Super Tuesday, when 10 US states vote for their preferred candidate to take on Barack Obama in the 2012 US presidential race. 

    Some experts say the key to a Super Tuesday victory is to find out what policies will win over Southern voters.

    Andy Gallagher reports from the US state of Georgia.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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