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On Super Tuesday that when we will all know who will be who in the game.

 

Out of the 24 states in play, only 19 will be holding elections for both parties. Of course the odds on favorite will be on the democrat side? Hillary, and on the republican side? Even I don't know yet.

 

For me! I sure hope to god it aint McCain. It would really break my heart if I had to make the case for McCain.

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AP Top News at 4:48 p.m. EST

 

Huckabee Wins All 18 W.Va. Delegates

 

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Mike Huckabee won the first contest declared on Super Tuesday, picking up all 18 national delegates awarded at West Virginia's state GOP convention. Huckabee bested Mitt Romney, who entered the Mountain State event with the largest bloc of pledged convention-goers. Both men and Ron Paul made in-person appeals to the more than 1,100 convention delegates attending Tuesday's convention. But the former Arkansas governor beat his Massachusetts counterpart after delegates for John McCain defected to his side.

 

McCain, Romney in Dustup Over Dole

 

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. AP) - Former Sen. Bob Dole, the failed Republican presidential candidate in 1996, became the focus Tuesday of an increasingly testy exchange between GOP presidential contenders John McCain and Mitt Romney. The breast-for-tat began with Dole coming to the aid of McCain, a fellow war hero and former Senate colleague, in a letter to conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh. He has relentlessly criticized the front-running Arizona senator as insufficiently conservative.

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AP Top News at 8:10 p.m. EST

 

McCain wins Conn., N.J., Ill. primaries

 

WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. John McCain won primaries in Connecticut, New Jersey and Illinois Tuesday night, reaching for command of the race for the Republican presidential nomination. Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton swapped victories as they opened a coast-coast struggle for delegates in the grueling Democratic campaign. Obama won in Georgia and his home state of Illinois. Clinton countered in Oklahoma.

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On the Democratic Side Hillary Clinton edged Barack Obama by 21 delegates. What made the difference in this race was the Latino voting for Senator Clinton by two-to-one margin in key states such as New York, California and New Jersey.

 

Clinton 584

Obama 563

 

On the Republican Side John McCain to a commanding lead for his party's nomination. What made the difference in this race was moderates and liberal Republicans gave over 50 percent of their votes to Senator McCain.

 

McCain 511

Romney 176

Huckabee 147

Paul 10

 

Here is a state by state breakdown.

 

 

Georgia Obama 27/87 Huckabee 45/72

 

West Virginia May 13 Huckabee 18/18

 

Alabama Obama 20/52 Huckabee 20/45

 

Connecticut Obama 26/48 McCain 27/27

 

Delaware Obama 9/15 McCain 18/18

 

Illinois Obama 62/153 McCain 54/57

 

Massachusetts Clinton 54/93 Romney 22/40

 

Missouri Obama 0/72 McCain 58/58

 

New Jersey Clinton 51/107 McCain 52/52

 

Oklahoma Clinton 24/38 McCain 32/38

 

Tennessee Clinton 34/68 Huckabee 21/52

 

Arkansas Clinton 23/35 Huckabee 26/31

 

Arizona Clinton 26/56 McCain 53/53

 

Colorado Obama 13/55 Romney 22/43

 

Kansas Obama 23/32

 

Minnesota Obama 48/72 Romney 36/38

 

New Mexico Too Close 0/26

 

New York Clinton 127/232 McCain 101/101

 

Idaho Obama 15/18

 

Montana Romney 25/25

 

North Dakota Obama 8/13 Romney 8/26

 

Utah Obama 14/23 Romney 36/36

 

California Clinton 42/370 McCain 56/170

 

Alaska Obama 9/13 12:30 am

 

Alaska Romney 12/26

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Yeap, for Clinton it's going to be a slug fest from now on. But with the political favors that her group owes her and bill, she will still win it. She carried the Latino vote "Without that? not even barack can win".

 

MCcain still wins since all the republican support "Mine included, even thought what I typed earlier was a typo".

 

It's a heck of a race.

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On the Democratic Side Hillary Clinton edged Barack Obama by 21 delegates. What made the difference in this race was the Latino voting for Senator Clinton by two-to-one margin in key states such as New York, California and New Jersey.

 

Clinton 584

Obama 563

 

On the Republican Side John McCain to a commanding lead for his party's nomination. What made the difference in this race was moderates and liberal Republicans gave over 50 percent of their votes to Senator McCain.

 

McCain 511

Romney 176

Huckabee 147

Paul 10

 

Here is a state by state breakdown.

Georgia Obama 27/87 Huckabee 45/72

 

West Virginia May 13 Huckabee 18/18

 

Alabama Obama 20/52 Huckabee 20/45

 

Connecticut Obama 26/48 McCain 27/27

 

Delaware Obama 9/15 McCain 18/18

 

Illinois Obama 62/153 McCain 54/57

 

Massachusetts Clinton 54/93 Romney 22/40

 

Missouri Obama 0/72 McCain 58/58

 

New Jersey Clinton 51/107 McCain 52/52

 

Oklahoma Clinton 24/38 McCain 32/38

 

Tennessee Clinton 34/68 Huckabee 21/52

 

Arkansas Clinton 23/35 Huckabee 26/31

 

Arizona Clinton 26/56 McCain 53/53

 

Colorado Obama 13/55 Romney 22/43

 

Kansas Obama 23/32

 

Minnesota Obama 48/72 Romney 36/38

 

New Mexico Too Close 0/26

 

New York Clinton 127/232 McCain 101/101

 

Idaho Obama 15/18

 

Montana Romney 25/25

 

North Dakota Obama 8/13 Romney 8/26

 

Utah Obama 14/23 Romney 36/36

 

California Clinton 42/370 McCain 56/170

 

Alaska Obama 9/13 12:30 am

 

Alaska Romney 12/26

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