Despite the approach of "Super Tuesday" elections on March 6, it is unlikely that candidates in the Republican presidential primary race will focus much on housing until June, according to real estate search and marketing site Trulia. That's because, of the four states hardest hit by the housing crisis, three -- Nevada, Florida and Arizona -- have already had their primaries. The fourth, California, has its primary June 5. "If candidates want to talk about what voters want most, they should focus on housing issues where it's clearly a pain point for voters. This means that ... we probably won't hear much about housing from the presidential candidates again until the summer," said Jed Kolko, Trulia's chief economist, in a blog post. In order to figure out which states...
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