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Hello - I know the Democratic Primary Race began with 10 candidates. Could you tell me: (a) when each (aside from Kerry) dropped out? (b)How many primaries or caucuses they each had competed in? And (c) how many delegates had they each won by that point? Thanks for helping!

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The 2004 democratic primary are given. The primaries or caucuses the candidates competed in are determined.

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