Tuesday, February 05, 2008
Who Votes Today? 21 States...
"One thousand thirty-eight delegates — just less than half the 1,191 needed to secure the nomination — are at stake in contests from sea to shining sea." (source)
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah
Alaska, Colorado, Idaho (Dem), Kansas (Dem), Minnesota, Montana (GOP), New Mexico (Dem), North Dakota, West Virginia (GOP 2/3 selected)
"...Recent opinion polls showed Senator Clinton holding a 12-point lead in that state, but that was before John Edwards pulled out. On Sunday, a Reuters poll gave Senator Obama the edge in California.
A poll released about the same time Clinton supporters marched up Broadway showed that across the nation, Democrats were split between the Obama and Clinton camps.
Senator Clinton still held the edge in states voting on Super Tuesday.
For Democratic voters, a new concern is that some polls show Republican frontrunner John McCain trumping Senator Clinton in a head-to-head contest...." (source)
(They're not worried about Romney. ...just sayin')
BTW, apparently CAIR "feels left out" of the election. Raise your hand if you give a shit.
The Talented Mr. Romney.
Those of you that keep contending that Romney is more conservative than McCain...Can I get some of what you're smokin'? And people called Kerry a flip-flopper....