It looks like HRC has a 4k vote lead now, and 4%.
I am stunned.
The woman needs to cry more often.
HRC back up to a 4% lead
Hillary looks to take Nashua by a large margin. I don't get that. I though that was an Obama town?
Obama will surely win. It is not possible to have a 10% lead in polls the day before, 5% in exit polling, and then go on lose.
That said, it will be very close.
Yes, and in HRC wins, she will be under very strong pressure by the DNC to choose Obama as running mate (the dream team) as he can obviously turn out independents.
If McCain wins, I would wager we'll see Jeb Bush on the ticket.
It is still his to lose. No way HRC can win by 6%. I think Obama will win a by a razor thin margin.
5% lead for HRC now according to CNN (about 2500 votes)
Not really. With small delegate counts and proportional delegate allocation these early races are most about momentum.
Obama needs to win big to ensure he keeps momentum to get the big Feb 5 states which are HRC's to lose.
If Obama looses Clinton will take the nomination.
If Obama wins by 1-2% we'll get the comeback kid meme from HRC and it will be a race.
Otherwise Obama maintains momentum.
Clinton , Hillary Dem 16,739 40%
Obama , Barack Dem 14,829 35%
Edwards , John Dem 6,993 17%
from concord monitor
5% lead for HRC
sorry, err, 12% reporting
from CNN (15% reporting)
I know we're all Dem oriented here but ...
McCain , John GOP 6,188 37%
Romney , Mitt GOP 4,637 28%
Huckabee , Mike GOP 1,980 12%
Giuliani , Rudy GOP 1,481 9%
Paul , Ron GOP 1,393 8%
... does a big McCain lead mean anything to the Clinton/Obama contest?
Clinton 1,985, Obama 1,214 -- 3 of 12 Manchester wards
Obama 2,807, Clinton 1,933 -- Portsmouth total
The concord monitor now has 4% with the following info for Dem's ...
Obama, Barack 39%
Clinton, Hillary 33%
Edwards, John 17%
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