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Super Tuesday Notes
Tuesday, 2008 February 5 - 10:20 pm
As of this writing, Super Tuesday isn't over, but preliminary results are rolling in... and there's no clear winner in either party.

For Democrats, Obama seems to be picking up a lot of votes across western and southern states, whereas Clinton is winning solidly in the northeast. Since Democrats split delegates within states, it's becoming pretty clear that today's results won't decide anything. The exit-poll demographics are interesting: black voters are voting overwhelmingly for Obama; Hillary's strength is primarily coming from white women.

For Republicans, Huckabee is showing surprising strength, leading in a number of southern states. But McCain has taken New York and its winner-take-all 101 delegates, as well as a swath of states across the Midwest. The conventional wisdom is that Romney and Huckabee are splitting the vote among more conservative voters, and McCain is benefiting.

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Comment #1 from Brett (Guest)
2008 Feb 6 - 8:40 am : #
The rumor is that we'll be looking at a McCain/Huckabee ticket. McCain needs someone to help balance his ticket, and Huckabee may be sticking around to take votes away from Romney in order to get it.

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