i really think the fact hillary won more of the later contests is really insignificant.
the press wants to make a big deal out of the narrative of the primary, but i think the reality is that demographics and how the state voted determined each state's outcome much more than any narrative including speeches, events or media coverage during the primary season.
it just so happens that states that favored hillary happened later in the primary season. obama basically won the nom on super tuesday.
while i think obama's statements before the iraq war are more prescient than richardson's pre-war statements, if you look at richardson now, he is saying we should get out of iraq this year and he doesn't have the iraq war vote on his record.
richardson also supported lamont and said lieberman should step aside during their race.
i am leaning toward richardson but in the anybody but hillary camp.
Friday, August 11, 2006; Posted: 9:09 a.m. EDT (13:09 GMT)
(CNN) -- New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson became the first prominent national Democrat to call on Sen. Joe Lieberman to drop his independent bid for re-election in Connecticut.
"I look forward to supporting Ned as he fights to help Democrats take back the Senate, and I call on Joe Lieberman to respect the will of the voters and step aside," Richardson said.
yeah its good to see them use real analytics. goal tracking donations should be a no brainer to anyone who knows how to use real analytics software, but some of the campaigns dont even have any JS analytics, so who knows if the campaigns using analytics are using it to the fullest.