Hillary will soldier on to June 3, but it's essentially over. Has Obama got the mojo back?
I don't know. He has put Rev. Wright in a box and send him in orbit. But his message seems to have sharpened in the last few days.
Now to those pesky tracking polls...
The problem is Hillary is running out of superdelagates. She needs 75-80% of the remaining
SDs. Jerome, it's just not happening.
So we're stuck with Obama, for better or worse.
Jenkins was a flawed candidate with David Duke ties, one who's lost elections before.
True, some dropoff may be expected in a runoff, especially in a GOP district, my point is that Obama could pull us down a couple of points in tight races, certainly in the South.
My reaction is that the Obama issue turned a 6-8% win into a 3% win for Cazayoux.
The GOP turnout was indeed higher, and I'm a bit concerned Obama could cost us some close races in November. There could be a lot of energized Republicans out there.
Latest is that Cazayoux is up 3000 votes with all but four precincts reporting.
If Cazayoux loses, I think the DCCC should pull out of MS-01. Also this could be a bad omen for Landrieu.
Yes Obama will be toxic in the South, perhaps
a few other areas as well.
Though the SDs won't be listening to this argument
It's fascinating to see how Obama wins by losing
as he gets two SDs from Guam.
Unless she wins both in IN and NC, she won't get many more SDs.
Fascinating how much spin is coming out of Guam.
Guam--where momentum begins!
It's the gas tax as much Rev. Wright.
It's why McCain has had a good week, and Obama's
slide is because of both issues.
And get rid of the zany allocation by congressional disticts. So 60% means 60% of delegates, not some byzantine sytem where certain districts count more than others.
Obama up 46-37 in NC, up 43-42 in IN.
I think the first NC result was an outlier, but
Zogby is one of the few polls showing Obama leading in IN.
And I can't wait for those Guam results!
....and I think it's the gas tax holiday idea. A pander, but a brilliant one.
McCain may be committing gaffes, but no one outside of a few bloggers is paying attention.
I think his gas tax proposal is giving him a bounce in the polls.
Labour finishing in third place!
It's going to take a lot for the Liberal Dems to
supplant Labour, but it's barely possible. A shame for London, but Labour's woes were too much to overcome.
As for PA, I thought Zogby had Clinton ahead throughout, except maybe for his first release.
And the result in NC is all about the AA turnout, which isn't good for Clinton.
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