Washington DC primary garners little interest

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Residents of Washington, D.C. head to the polls on Tuesday in a non-binding presidential primary. They are calling it an “advisory” primary and it will have little bearing on the selection of delegates needed to capture the Democratic presidential nomination.

The ballot contains the names of only four of the nine Democrats who want to be president, and the city is expecting a low turnout. Democrats Dennis Kucinich, Howard Dean, Carol Moseley Braun and Al Sharpton are on the ballot.

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