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Last Updated: Sunday, 10 February 2008, 02:35 GMT
In pictures: White House race continues

Voters enter a polling station in Louisiana 9 Feb

Voters went to the polls in four states and one territory to take part in presidential nomination contests.

Republican caucus voters queue in Kansas, which Mike Huckabee went on to win 9 Feb

One voter in a Kansas Republican caucus queue was clearly backing the winner.

Mike Huckabee speaks in Washington DC 9 Feb

But victory in Kansas will not be enough to save Mike Huckabee, trailing badly behind John McCain in the Republican race.

Voters hold up registration sheets at the Democratic Caucuses in Papillion, Nebraska, 9 February 2008

In Nebraska, people were keen for their votes to be counted in the state's Democratic presidential caucus.

Registration sheets are handed out at the Democratic caucus in Papillion, Nebraska, 9 February 2008

Across the state, thousands of people excitedly crowded into school gyms standing in groups to be counted after registration cards were dished out.

Voter with sleeping grandson in Omaha, Nebraska 9 Feb

But some young participants in the Nebraska caucus found the whole thing quite dull...

Richard Burton, left, Justin Giossi, and Joe Varano, look on as delegates are nominated from their district at a Democratic caucus in Seattle, 9 February 2008

Hillary Clinton supporters looked on as delegates were nominated in Seattle. But their champion was looking ahead to Sunday's contest in Maine, addressing a rally in the state.

Barack Obama with 11-month-old baby in Bangor, Maine 9 Feb

Barack Obama, meanwhile, worked hard for the youth vote in the same state.

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