TALLAHASSEE -- This race is still just as close as ever for the Democrats. And the energy level in Tallahassee was just as high on Super Tuesday as it was a week ago during Florida's primary.
Leon County democrats gathered at Paradigm in downtown Tallahassee to watch the results come down. They watched a big screen as held signs and cheered.
Most of the democrats there said they also expect Super Tuesday's democratic winner to have significant meaning, but believe it will likely continue to remain a tight race until the end.
"We have two great candidates who are very influential in their own right, with as much experience in their own right and after this I think it's going to come down to super delegates," said Jeff Branch, an Obama fan.
"Well, I'm hoping Hillary will win and I think she might," said Donna Betts, a worried Clinton supporter. "I think it's going to be a close call. It's hard to say."
Regardless of who ultimately wins the democratic nomination Leon County democrats say they'll put their full support behind the winner.
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