Absolutely no question that we want our country back! From the DNC website
Oklahoma: 302,169 people voted in the primary, 167,319 more voters than in the 2000 race.
Delaware: Participation increased by 164 percent over 2000, with 18,322 more voters turning out.
South Carolina: 286,745 voters went to the polls, the highest turnout ever in a Democratic primary.
Arizona: Voters set an all time record for the Democratic primary, with 224,920 ballots cast.
Missouri: 543,708 votes were cast, an increase of 51 percent over 2000.
New Mexico: 104,705 total votes more than doubled the expected turnout of 50,000.
North Dakota: 10,508 votes cast — 8,301 more votes than 2000.
"Democrats set records in Iowa and New Hampshire and the trend is continuing," McAuliffe said. "George W. Bush will have a record amount of money, but his money will lose every time to a record number of Americans who desperately want to turn this country around."
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