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US voters' views: Tamika Lee Robinson
In the run-up to the most hotly contested US presidential election in years we are asking panels of BBC News website readers to share their opinions and views.

Here voters from some of the 24 states involved in Super Tuesday reveal who gets their vote.

Tamika Lee Robinson
Marketing communications specialist | Democrat

The real races that matter on Super Tuesday are the Democratic primaries, as I am sure America will not elect another Republican after George W Bush.

Tamika Lee Robinson
Age: 32
Lives: Chicago, Illinois
Occupation: Marketing communications specialist
Last election voted:
In 10 words or less: Pragmatic, optimistic, adventurous, diplomatic, smart, funny, open-minded, blunt, friendly

"I am excited that Bush's reign will soon be over and I'm looking forward to a change.

Barack Obama represents progress and a new future for the young and old in this country who are looking for something new, democratic and inclusive.

I'm voting for Obama because he has resonated with and ignited the spirits of Americans of all colours, uniting us on the issues that matter most.

This race is motivating all Americans who are tired of the "us against them" mentality to get involved.

It is these voters - the young, uninitiated, independent and floating voters - who are going to turn the tide in this country.

Super Tuesday can't come soon enough. I feel Obama will triumph and go on to make history."

Look out for an update of Tamika's views after Super Tuesday.

We also want to hear what you think, so send us your comments using the link below.

Select from the list below to view state level results.

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