U.S. Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio walks following a campaign town hall at the Omar Shrine Temple in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina February 17, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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The state's primary is Saturday.The maneuvering comes as some Republican leaders fear Donald Trump or Ted Cruz will collect the delegates needed to secure the party's nomination before a more mainstream candidate can consolidate the support of voters turned off by the brash billionaire and Texas senator.The Democratic field is already down to two candidates – Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state, and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. Clinton is counting on strong support among African-Americans who twice backed her husband, former President Bill Clinton, to counter Sanders' surprisingly strong insurgent campaign.The more mainstream lane populated by Bush, Kasich and Rubio is more jumbled.
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