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Republicans hidden in liberal enclaves could swing presidential race

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Voters in Fort Worth, Texas, line up to cast their ballots on Super Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Voters in 13 states and American Samoa are holding presidential primary elections, with over 1,400 delegates at stake.
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Voters in Fort Worth, Texas, line up to cast their ballots on Super Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Voters in 13 states and American Samoa are holding presidential primary elections, with over 1,400 delegates at stake.

Secreted away inside left-leaning bubbles are some influential Republicans who could decide the outcome of the GOP primary.

New York holds its primaries, today, and like California, it's considered a very blue state.

But hidden inside left-leaning bubbles are some influential Republicans who could decide the outcome of the GOP primary.

Politico's Shane Goldmacher joins Take Two on how Republicans are courting some of its isolated members in enclaves from Berkeley to the Bronx.

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