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The Winners of the March 4 Primaries

Here Come the Winners of Today's Primaries!

This is it! Texas is in! And it's a shocker! Ohio results in too! John McCain has also captured the Republican nomination! Mike Huckabee has dropped out.

Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Vermont — with a total of 370 Democratic and 256 Republican delegates — the results today made a huge difference in this race.

For Republicans, the primaries gave John McCain enough delegates to claim the nomination, and Mike Huckabee has graciously bowed out.

In the Democratic field, Hillary Clinton has put a decisive halt to Barack Obama's winning streak of 11 straight contests since Super Tuesday, and reinvigorated her campaign.

And now the results! To see who's won,

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State Democrats Republicans
Ohio Clinton McCain
Texas Clinton McCain
Rhode Island Clinton McCain
Vermont Obama McCain

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BRANDYNICOLE730 BRANDYNICOLE730 8 years
I'm waiting to hear the news story about how they will have to legally challenge, and ultimately end up throwing out the results of the Caucus. It was just too wide open to voter fraud, and I believe there was a lot of disenfranchisement occuring by the end of the night...
rca1 rca1 8 years
she might pull through,i think she is the best bet to get the country out of this mess.
dannysf dannysf 8 years
Go Hill! Please pull through!
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 8 years
GO HILLARY, i missed american idol just to vote, and i have to say i agree with loveangelina, we need her in office a STRONG and COURAGEOUS WOMAN in office, obama is too inexperienced, and yes hil is still in, the word here in san antonio is that people's votes for hil were thrown away and only obamas were accepted, thats dirty and when it all comes back the right person will win and thats hillary
Sweet-Poison Sweet-Poison 8 years
With Ohio, generally know as a swing state, backing Clinton and her win in Texas, Hillary is more than definately still in this race. She won big yesterday!
designergirl designergirl 8 years
Go Hillary! My caucus situation in Houston wasn't that bad- I just think the primary/caucus thing is incredibly annoying and confusing. I was pretty amazed that Hillary won in Texas, though. There was an Obama ad running about every 5 minutes on TV in Houston and very few Hillary ads. I'm looking forward to see what happens!
lilkimbo lilkimbo 8 years
I love how Obama supporters blatantly bash Hillary then attack Hillary's campaign for bashing Obama. I'm not talking about one specific person on this post, just a lot of Obama supporters I've encountered. Also, I hate to break it to the Obama supporters, but Hillary does still have a chance. She needed large wins to pull ahead on March 4, but she definitely didn't need large wins to stay in the race.
Melissa-Rae Melissa-Rae 8 years
Yikes, I had no idea people still fell for Hilary and Bill's BS.
lisseth0221 lisseth0221 8 years
Well I had to go vote at our local library and I honestly believe that no one was expecting the number of people who showed up. There was over 200 people trying to caucus and the people in charge were just unorganized and unknowledgable about the whole mess! But it wasn't as bad as some other places around Houston - One area had called the police because they said the crowd was unruly and rioting!! The voters there were so turned off by this that they didn't even vote anymore according to local news! Oh! And some people in another precinct showed up to vote but supposedly someone else had already voted under their name! The reason for this that they gave was that some people were going door-to-door in neighborhoods. Sounds pretty shady... But other than all the mess I am excited to see how it all plays out!
brittanyk brittanyk 8 years
Any, anyone can post anything on Wikipedia. You can go in and edit any article you want to. I'm so excited about Hillary winning. Honestly, I didn't think she still had a chance, but this gives me higher hopes!
any any 8 years
OH OH NO NO, ITS NOT THERE ANYMORE I GUESS IT WAS A MISTAKE
any any 8 years
according to wikipedia Barack Obama died of constipationn on March 5, 2008.[166] today??? :S its that true????
liliblu liliblu 8 years
What negative press has Hillary received? All I have heard is Hillary and SNL complaining that she is receiving negative press. Every time she is asked a hard question her campaign cries foul.
musiclvr224 musiclvr224 8 years
I guess I am one of the few here who is rooting for Obama and not Hillary. I want a woman president but I do not want it to be Hillary Clinton.
snowysakurasky snowysakurasky 8 years
nice... i was worried about her for a bit
BRANDYNICOLE730 BRANDYNICOLE730 8 years
Yay Hillary! Now we're just waiting for the rest of the Texas caucus votes to come in. It will take forever because it was the most messed up experience ever. I had to leave my faith with the opposing side in that my vote would be counted and the form not just thrown out after we left. I do not feel confident that the process was done correctly or that the votes are going to be recorded properly. Just awful! I know of plenty of people who were headed home to complain to the Dallas County Democratic Offices.
allthingsgrow allthingsgrow 8 years
yay hillary! =]
msterias msterias 8 years
Go Hillary!!! With all the negative press she has received lately, I honestly thought she'd win at most one of the two big states! The Clintons really are a formidable force.
thatsmajor thatsmajor 8 years
Congrats Hillary!! I'm so happy...
JessNess JessNess 8 years
As someone who is a democrat (and hasn't decided yet between Hil and Obama)I do have to say that if we HAD to have another Republican I actually do not mind McCain....I kind of like him :jawdrop:
mommie mommie 8 years
GO HILLARY,YAH!!!!!
Cadet Cadet 8 years
Hill needed this, I'm so excited! YAY!!!!
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
I don't find it shocking at all.
liliblu liliblu 8 years
Another reason not to vote for Hillary. http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalpunch/2008/03/liberal-blogger.html
x_juicyfruit x_juicyfruit 8 years
Yeah, according to CNN.com the Texas caucus is only 5% reporting right now.
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