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March 9, 2000
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Jewish Republicans in New York overwhelmingly chose Arizona Sen. John McCain over Texas Gov. George W. Bush, 64 percent to 23 percent, in the Super Tuesday primary, according to exit polls. Vice President Al Gore, meanwhile, won a resounding vote of confidence from New York Jewish Democrats on Tuesday, capturing 62 percent of the vote against former New Jersey Sen. Bill Bradley’s 38 percent.

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