With turnout far exceeding expectations, Democratic rivals Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton were separated by roughly 100 votes early Wednesday in an excruciatingly close battle to win New Mexico's presidential caucus.
With 180 of 184 of precincts reporting, Clinton held the narrowest of leads -- 65,845 votes, or 43 percent, to Obama's 65,728 votes, or 42.9 percent, according to preliminary returns provided by Democratic Party Chairman Brian Colon.
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