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Ron Paul supporters stamp info cards with their address at their local headquarters at the Parkade Center on Friday, Feb. 1, 2008. The info cards were distributed door to door across Columbia before Tuesday's primary.

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Pat Fowler, a Barack Obama campaign volunteer, calls followers to the polls at the intersection of Broadway and Garth Avenue early Tuesday morning.

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Voters carry umbrellas when leaving the polling place at Columbia's Activities & Recreation Center at 1701 W. Ash after casting their votes in Missouri's presidential primary on Tuesday.

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Voters wait in line Tuesday for their ballots for Missouri's presidential primary as election officials check registration records at the polling place inside the Activity and Recreation Center.

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Carl Willis, an election official at the Fairview Elementary School polling place, hands an "I Voted" sticker to 5-year-old Amelia Drury, daughter of Tina Drury on Tuesday morning. Tina Drury was one of the first people to use the electronic voting machine this morning; her daughter helped her make her selection in Missouri's primary election.

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Election judges, from left to right, Sandra Elbert, Michelle Denney, Misty Mings, poll watcher Ron Powers, Marjorie Bay and Marta Holmes chat during a lull in the voting at Fairview Elementary School on Tuesday. The Fairview school polling place had more than 160 voters cast ballots between 7 and 8 a.m.

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Laura Jost, left, and Katie Preston, right, sign voters in to cast their ballots in the Missouri primary election Tuesday morning, Feb. 5, 2008, at the Unity Center of Columbia off Broadway. The Unity Center had a steady flow of traffic throughout the early morning despite thunderstorms and heavy rains.

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Election official Michelle Pruitt sets up “I Voted” stickers for voters at the voting place at the Columbia Public Library, 100 W. Broadway, during Missouri’s primary on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008.

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Election officials Ilene Todd, left, and Mary Helen Allen review voter registration records while waiting for voters to arrive at the voting place at the Columbia Public Library, 100 W. Broadway, during Missouri’s presidential primary on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008.

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Election officials, from left, Millie Smith, Ilene Todd, Mary Helen Allen, Judy Ganey, Robert McClure and Michelle Pruitt wait for voters to arrive at the voting place at the Columbia Public Library, 100 W. Broadway, during Missouri’s presidential primary on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008.

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Sandra Elbert, left, and Michelle Denney pass a paper ballot to a voter Tuesday morning at Fairview Elementary School. Voters were given the choice of using a traditional paper ballot or the new electronic voting machine.

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Follow the primary results as states announce their winners.

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Laura Jost, left, and Katie Preston sign voters in to cast their ballots Tuesday at the Unity Center of Columbia. The Unity Center had a steady flow of traffic throughout the early morning despite thunderstorms and heavy rain.

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Glenn Rehn and Caitlin Ellis find each other wearing Barack Obama T-shirts while gathering with fellow volunteers at Cherry Street Artisan to plan an early morning visibility campaign during rush hour traffic.

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Follow the primary results as states announce their winners.

Super Tuesday voter reaction — Angela Rundle [Slideshow]

Angela Rundle said she voted for Barack Obama at the Columbia Public Library this morning because she said he is a self-made man.

Super Tuesday voter reaction — Dyann Helming [Slideshow]

Dyann Helming, 45, voted in the presidential primary early Tuesday morning at Unity Church.

Super Tuesday voter reaction — Daniel Malone [Slideshow]

Daniel Malone, a senior at MU, voted in the presidential primary Tuesday afternoon at the National Guard Armory Building on Ash Street.
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