Sixteen delegates were up for grabs in the Democratic stronghold of D.C.
Kerry claimed more than double the number of votes of the second-place finisher in D.C., New York civil rights activist Sharpton.
Kerry got 47 percent of the vote, and Sharpton 20 percent. Dean was close behind with 18 percent, followed by Edwards with 10 percent and Kucinich with 3 percent.
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