Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is expected to win big today, Feb. 27, in the South Carolina Democratic primary. Her only rival, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, has been in and out of the state here and there but spent very little time campaigning in the state. The reason is the lack of support. In fact, the final vote tally this evening is expected to be embarrassing for the Vermont socialist. Hillary, on the other hand, may post the largest percentage of the vote than in any primary thus far. However, none of this will do anything to soften Hillary's woes, which continue to mount even as the polls show her racking up big numbers over Sanders not only in South Carolina but nationwide.
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