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Five months after the presidential primary season began, Democratic voters in South Dakota and Montana cast the final ballots in the hard fought campaign between Senators Obama and Clinton. The latest super delegate count and prospects for Democratic Party unity.
- John Dickerson chief political correspondent for Slate.com and CBS political analyst and contributor. Author of "On Her Trail: My Mother, Nancy Dickerson, TV News' First Woman Star."
- Monica Langley Deputy Bureau Chief, Wall Street Journal's D.C. Bureau.
- Ron Elving Washington editor for NPR.
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