Super Tuesday FINALE

10:12 am Wednesday February 6, 2008

California is still close, although some are calling it for McCain a few minutes ago.

States Won – Democrats

Alabama – Obama 20
Alaska – Obama 9
Arizona – Clinton 26
Arkansas- Clinton 23
Californ- Clinton
Colorado- Obama 13
Connecti- Obama 26
Delaware- Obama 9
Georgia – Obama 27
Idaho – Obama 15
Illinois- Obama 62
Kansas – Obama 23
Massach – Clinton 54
Minnesot- Obama 48
Missouri Obama 30
New Jersy Clinton 51
New York Clinton 127
North Dak Obama 9
Oklahoma Clinton 24
Tennessee Clinton 34
Utah – Obama 14

States Won – Republicans

McCain -Arizona-50, Connecticut-27, Delaware-18, Illinois-54, Missouri-58, New Jersey-52, New York-101, Oklahoma-32

Romney – Alaska-12, Colorado-22, Massachusetts-21, Minnesota-36, Montana-25, North Dakota-8, Utah-36

Huckabee -Alabama-14, Arkansas-25, Georgia-45, Tennessee-21, WV-15


Delegate Totals (after Super Tuesday)

REPUBLICANS

McCain
559

Romney
265

Huckabee
169

Paul
16

TOTAL NEEDED TO WIN REPUBLICAN NOMINATION
– 1191

DEMOCRATS

Clinton
783

Obama
709

Edwards
26

TOTAL NEEDED TO WIN DEMOCRAT NOMINATION – 2025

We will UPDATE within 90 minutes – by noon.

After Super Tuesday, nothing was decided and the 24 remaining contests become even MORE important than ever. So for the next 3 1/2 months, those 22 states will bathe in attention from the media and candidates.

The states who jumped their primaries to the early February date in order to become “relevant”, “to have a say”, or “to mean something”–they’ll be long forgotten by the time the nominees of both parties are chosen.

And that’s fitting.

by Mondoreb
image: seniors
Source: CNN

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