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Old 02-05-2008, 07:33 PM   #141
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Just out of curiousity, which states on the Democratic sides are considered to be the toss-ups or could provide some potential surprises?
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Arkansas for Hillary and Huckabee.
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for my fellow Californians, you can see the voting by county here, once the polls close:

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/files/e...CTION=POLITICS

If the link doesn't work, just go to www.knx1070.com
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What time do the polls close in California? That's the one I'm really interested in and don't know if I'll be up for the results...
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Doesn't mean we'll know right away, though.
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This is so exciting but nerve wracking waiting for the results to come in....
I can only imagine how the candidates feel.
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Old 02-05-2008, 07:43 PM   #147
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obama has a solid lead in alabama
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http://www.knx1070.com/pages/1594780.php?

McCain declared winner in Delaware
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Just out of curiousity, which states on the Democratic sides are considered to be the toss-ups or could provide some potential surprises?
California, Missouri, Arizona, Delaware, Connecticut and New Mexico.
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Delaware - Summary Vote Results Select Party--------------DemGOP------------All Races
February 05, 2008 - 08:44PM ET (i) = incumbent = winner = runoff
President - Dem Primary
50 of 312 Precincts Reporting - 16%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Obama, Barack Dem 5,458 50%
Clinton, Hillary Dem 4,934 45%
Biden, Joe Dem 362 3%
Edwards, John Dem 177 2%
Dodd, Chris Dem 23 0%
Kucinich, Dennis Dem 23 0%



President - GOP Primary
50 of 312 Precincts Reporting - 16%
Name Party Votes Vote %
McCain, John GOP 2,548 41%
Romney, Mitt GOP 2,032 33%
Huckabee, Mike GOP 1,225 20%
Paul, Ron GOP 234 4%
Giuliani, Rudy GOP 187 3%
Tancredo, Tom GOP 22 0%
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McCain: Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey
Romney: Massachusetts
Now McCain has Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey, and Delaware.

In addition, although Romney has Massachusetts, McCain does have 41% with 5% of the results in. If that total holds up, McCain will get a nice some of Delegates from Romney's home state.

McCain is very strong in 6 winner take all states, 3 of which he has already been declared the winner in Connecticut, New Jersey, and Delaware. He will also take the winner take all states of New York and Arizona. He should take Missouri, but there may be a fight for it.

Romney was supposed to take the winner take all state of Montana, but with 13% in, McCain has a 2 point lead.
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Just back from voting myself (first time ever ) It was an amazing turnout on campus; we had lines going from the first floor all the way up to the third, where the voting took place. Exciting times indeed.
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On SBS's coverage here in Australia, Anton Enus just remarked that "a central theme today will be trying to understand the intricacies of the US electoral process".

I wonder how many Australians are watching this and think it's actually the presidential election itself ...
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On SBS's coverage here in Australia, Anton Enus just remarked that "a central theme today will be trying to understand the intricacies of the US electoral process".

I wonder how many Australians are watching this and think it's actually the presidential election itself ...
That's great. It's alright though, a majority of people in our own country couldn't tell you how the electoral process works.
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Massachusetts - Summary Vote Results Select Office--------------PresidentState_House------------All Races
February 05, 2008 - 09:00PM ET (i) = incumbent = winner = runoff
President - Dem Primary
262 of 2167 Precincts Reporting - 12%
Name Party Votes Vote %

Clinton, Hillary Dem 85,919 57%
Obama, Barack Dem 58,819 39%
Edwards, John Dem 2,293 2%
No Preference Dem 1,277 1%
Biden, Joe Dem 866 1%
Kucinich, Dennis Dem 313 0%
Richardson, Bill Dem 213 0%
Gravel, Mike Dem 129 0%
Dodd, Chris Dem 88 0%
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For people keeping the running tallies as the states are called, could you identify which wins are important, toss-up wins, and/or surprises in those tallies?

CNN.com is too big for my Netscape browser and 1999 Dell.
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According to my news radio program, it looks like Clinton has NJ, but they are not calling it at all, though they call McCain

New Jersey - Summary Vote Results Select Party--------------DemGOP------------All Races
February 05, 2008 - 09:04PM ET (i) = incumbent = winner = runoff
President - Dem Primary
598 of 6292 Precincts Reporting - 10%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Clinton, Hillary Dem 69,441 66%
Obama, Barack Dem 32,979 31%
Edwards, John Dem 2,270 2%
Biden, Joe Dem 556 1%
Richardson, Bill Dem 392 0%
Kucinich, Dennis Dem 365 0%
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I'm surprised about Massachusetts right now. I thought with the endorsements of Kennedy and Kerry that it would push Obama to a win, but so far Clinton is winning there.

Boston hasn't had anything come in yet, though, so I think that's why they are holding off there.
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Just out of curiousity, which states on the Democratic sides are considered to be the toss-ups or could provide some potential surprises?
California, Missouri, Arizona, Delaware, Connecticut and New Mexico.
SBS has just crossed to CNN and it appears they've just predicted Obama to carry Delaware.
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I'm surprised about Massachusetts right now. I though with the endorsements of Kennedy and Kerry that it would push Obama to a win, but so far Clinton is winning there.

Boston hasn't had anything come in yet, though, so I think that's why they are holding off there.

I know. I'm shocked that Obama hasn't done better in Massachusetts. They've got such a wonderful history of being kind to African Americans ...
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