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2/5/2008

More Super Tuesday Results: Projected Winners & a Few Close Races

Filed under: 2008 Election — DRJ @ 6:57 pm



[Guest post by DRJ]

From CNN:
(If a winner has been projected, that name is in bold.)

Alabama:

Obama – 56%
Clinton – 42%

Huckabee – 41%
McCain – 37%
Romney -18%

Arkansas:

Clinton – 73%
Obama – 24%

Huckabee – 62%
McCain – 20%
Romney – 13%

Connecticut:

Obama – 51%
Clinton – 47%

McCain – 52%
Romney – 33%
Huckabee – 7%

Delaware:

Obama – 53%
Clinton – 43%
Biden – 3%

McCain – 45%
Romney – 33%
Huckabee – 15%

Georgia:

Obama – 64%
Clinton – 34%

Huckabee – 34%
McCain – 32%
Romney – 30%

Illinois:

Obama – 65%
Clinton – 33%

McCain – 47%
Romney – 29%
Huckabee – 17%

Kansas:

Obama – 73%
Clinton – 27%

Massachusetts:

Clinton – 56%
Obama – 41%

Romney – 51%
McCain – 41%
Huckabee – 3%

Minnesota:

Obama – 67%
Clinton – 32%

Romney – 42%
McCain – 22%
Huckabee – 20%
Paul – 15%

Missouri:

Obama – 49%
Clinton – 48%

McCain – 33%
Huckabee – 32%
Romney – 29%

New Jersey:

Clinton – 54%
Obama – 44%

McCain – 55%
Romney – 28%
Huckabee – 8%

New York:

Clinton – 57%
Obama – 40%

McCain – 51%
Romney – 28%
Huckabee – 12%

North Dakota:

Obama – 61%
Clinton – 37%

Romney – 36%
McCain – 23%
Paul – 21%
Huckabee – 20%

Oklahoma:

Clinton – 55%
Obama – 31%
Edwards – 10%

McCain – 37%
Huckabee – 33%
Romney – 25%

Tennessee:

Clinton – 54%
Obama – 41%

Huckabee – 34%
McCain – 32%
Romney – 24
Paul – 6%
Thompson – 3%

More to come in a separate post on the Western states…

— DRJ

17 Responses to “More Super Tuesday Results: Projected Winners & a Few Close Races”

  1. Now I am just sad. Really sad. Not for me, but for the country.

    JD (a11194)

  2. We’re fucked.

    It’s time to embrace the horror…

    Scott Jacobs (a1de9d)

  3. Hugh Hewitt has lost all grip on reality.

    He writes on his blog – “It is stunning that Fox cannot call Arizona for John McCain. In the very unlikely event that McCain loses his home state, I don’t think his campaign could recover any more than Romney could survive a loss in Massachusetts or Huckabee a loss in Arkansas.

    Given the Rush blast, the Dobson declaration, and Huck’s strength in the south, McCain can’t be considered a frontrunner by any conventional standard.”

    Huh???

    Justin Levine (20f2b5)

  4. Amazing. Huckabee might win four states.

    Katie Couric just called Obama, “Senator Barama.”

    steve (16aa8e)

  5. Amazing. Huckabee might win four states.

    Do you mean amazing in the what in the sam hell is wrong with these people kind of way?

    JD (a11194)

  6. Huckabee has muddied the water in the Republican election, and it makes me wonder if he’s deliberately playing the spoiler. It’s similar to what would have happened on the Democratic side if Edwards were still in the race.

    DRJ (517d26)

  7. Turns out Huckabee might win six states. And yes, what the “sam hell” is wrong with these people?

    steve (bdafe4)

  8. I’ll say it: Religion. In one form or another, it’s all over this year’s Presidential race … and on both sides of the aisle.

    DRJ (517d26)

  9. DRJ, the difference is that Republican voters seem to be voting for the person they think best articulates and embodies the message of the Messiah. The Democrat voters seem to think they are voting for the actual Messiah him(her)self. Next time Hillary talks about what she and her confederates are going to be “giving” to the American people, I am gonna get sick.

    JVW (b03dfa)

  10. I guess that’s why we have two parties, JVW.

    By the way, look at North Dakota. Ron Paul has 21% of the vote there, just 130 votes less than McCain. He also has 23% of the vote in Montana.

    DRJ (517d26)

  11. Next time Hillary talks about what she and her confederates are going to be “giving” to the American people, I am gonna get sick.

    Invest in bedpans.

    JD (a11194)

  12. I. Hate. People…

    Scott Jacobs (a1de9d)

  13. DRJ – I go hunting in ND. Nice people. But, odd.

    JD (a11194)

  14. Absolutely. I know many nice people in Ron Paul’s district, too.

    CNN called Georgia for Huckabee and Minnesota for Romney.

    DRJ (517d26)

  15. Not only has the world quit spinning, but it is starting to spin in the opposite direction.

    JD (a11194)

  16. CNN called Missouri for McCain.

    DRJ (517d26)

  17. Looks like God puninshed the south for voting for the charlatain Huckabee. If you think this is bad wait for what is in store for us if McCain wins the election. Liberals cannnot help but win this election, on the one side Barack or Hillary on the other John La Raza McCain.

    Zelsdorf Ragshaft III (43f04c)


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