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Super Tuesday 2008: Who Will Win the Big Races?

Who do you think will sweep up delegates in some of the big races: Massachusetts, California, New York, Arizona, Utah, and Tennessee? At this point, your guess might be as good as the pollsters!

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katie_c katie_c 8 years
it's gonna come down to mccain and obama. obama 2008!
naked_american naked_american 8 years
I strongly believe that if it's a McCain/Clinton matchup, McCain will be our next president. Obama has got to get this nom if the Dems want the White House. Obama '08!
naked_american naked_american 8 years
I strongly believe that if it's a McCain/Clinton matchup, McCain will be our next president. Obama has got to get this nom if the Dems want the White House. Obama '08!
laluna27 laluna27 8 years
Obama all the way! I think that if Hilary gets elected, not only will we have another untrustworthy president who will say anything to get elected, but the democrats have a chance at loosing the presidency which is something this country cannot afford.
acyl acyl 8 years
All I know is we have GOT to get a democrat in the White House!!!
Nickey Nickey 8 years
Yes We Can!
Nickey Nickey 8 years
Yes We Can!
dbanner dbanner 8 years
Hillary for me. I'm not a member of her campaign, and indeed either Clinton or Obama would be a step forward for American politics, but two things will sway me towards Hillary. One is in fact Tony Blair. I was living in Europe at the time he was elected - the excitement around his election as Prime Minister of England was so contagious, the feeling that this would be such a positive change for England and Europe in general - he was a brilliant orator, a truly fantastic speaker. And yet, he did not live up to his promises for change - and indeed rather, he followed Bush into the Iraq War, despite his voters protesting against it. And although I am not saying that there is no substance behind Obama's rhetoric, I would not take the chance on him, I'm afraid. I'm not being cynical - just practical. America needs someone who is very able to implement good strong policies, and I think Hillary has the wherewithall to do that. The second point is that the World Health Organisation have said that those countries which have a higher proportion of women representation in government have better health care and better education than countries. Which is pretty amazing when you think about it! (and I am a die hard feminist or anything!) So...Hillary for me.
dbanner dbanner 8 years
Hillary for me. I'm not a member of her campaign, and indeed either Clinton or Obama would be a step forward for American politics, but two things will sway me towards Hillary. One is in fact Tony Blair. I was living in Europe at the time he was elected - the excitement around his election as Prime Minister of England was so contagious, the feeling that this would be such a positive change for England and Europe in general - he was a brilliant orator, a truly fantastic speaker. And yet, he did not live up to his promises for change - and indeed rather, he followed Bush into the Iraq War, despite his voters protesting against it. And although I am not saying that there is no substance behind Obama's rhetoric, I would not take the chance on him, I'm afraid. I'm not being cynical - just practical. America needs someone who is very able to implement good strong policies, and I think Hillary has the wherewithall to do that. The second point is that the World Health Organisation have said that those countries which have a higher proportion of women representation in government have better health care and better education than countries. Which is pretty amazing when you think about it! (and I am a die hard feminist or anything!)So...Hillary for me.
Curlywhirl Curlywhirl 8 years
OBAMA, OBAMA, YES WE CAN, YES WE CAN!!!
Aly-Mo Aly-Mo 8 years
Democrats will win either way... California will be close, but important for Obama to win. I am behind him 110%. He is a a true leader. If this survey was any indication of who may win the nomination, then I am excited! It would be a dream if he won the nomination and he ran with Hillary as vice president! Go Barack!!
Aly-Mo Aly-Mo 8 years
Democrats will win either way... California will be close, but important for Obama to win. I am behind him 110%. He is a a true leader. If this survey was any indication of who may win the nomination, then I am excited! It would be a dream if he won the nomination and he ran with Hillary as vice president!Go Barack!!
ning ning 8 years
Wow, lots of Obama supporters here... Personally, doesn't matter who wins. The democratic process itself is worth celebrating.
ning ning 8 years
Wow, lots of Obama supporters here...Personally, doesn't matter who wins. The democratic process itself is worth celebrating.
coco-1 coco-1 8 years
Obama in 08! Let us women not vote like sheep for Billary, but vote for someone who will advance civil rights for all.
Jillz1128 Jillz1128 8 years
I really think California, the biggie prize is going to go to McCain and Obama. I would love it if NY went to Obama!
potc-crazyy potc-crazyy 8 years
I have a feeling Hillary will win California, but otherwise I guessed pretty much the same as everyone else.
Jillness Jillness 8 years
This is such a close race, and the polls have been way off base so far. Very exciting!
Jillness Jillness 8 years
This is such a close race, and the polls have been way off base so far. Very exciting!
katies104 katies104 8 years
Tennessee really is a tossup for the republican choice. All the republicans here were counting on voting for Fred Thompson tomorrow and now they don't know who to fall in line behind.
nicachica nicachica 8 years
that's one goofy picture of Hillary! And Barack looks pretty mean in his picture...
kitkatherine kitkatherine 8 years
fro the most part, everyone and i are guessing the same
trésjolie1 trésjolie1 8 years
Obama for '08 and '12!
trésjolie1 trésjolie1 8 years
Obama for '08 and '12!
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