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SIMI VALLEY, California (Reuters) - Republican Rudy Giuliani and Democrat John Edwards abandoned their failing U.S. presidential bids on Wednesday, narrowing the race to two main candidates on each side before next week's nomination voting in more than 20 states
Giuliani, the one-time front-runner who finished a distant third in Florida's Republican primary on Tuesday, travelled to California to endorse Arizona Sen. John McCain in a Republican battle against former Massachuse Gov. Mitt Romney
FLORIDA PRIMARY: RESULTS
John McCain: 36%
Mitt Romney: 31%
Rudy Giuliani: 15%
Mike Huckabee: 13%
Ron Paul: 3%
Hillary Clinton: 50%
Barack Obama: 33%
John Edwards: 14%
With 99% of vote counted