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Election 2008: Where We Stand

Democrats: 2,025 Delegates Needed To Win
Barack Obama is barely ahead with 1,263 (161 Superdelegates) delegates to Hillary Clinton's 1,212 (234 Superdelegates). With many states still waiting to have their primaries, Superdelegates may not have as much power as they were thought to.

Republicans: 1,191 Delegates Needed To Win
John McCain is dominating his only remaining opponent Mike Huckabee: 881 delegates to 217. Once again, it looks as though the Republicans are united under their chosen candidate, while the Democrats are split.
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  • Kevon 2008/03/07 02:52:39
    Kevon
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    I think that after a few primaries we will start to see some consistency in America's choice for the democratic nominee.

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  • renee77 2008/06/28 13:37:07
    renee77
    Huckabee not a bad choice either
  • phil 2008/04/02 03:49:11 (edited)
    phil
    If only you all could get paid hourly right into a salaried postion for splitting Hair... the dream job as the interviewer looks at your resume lets see under education ahhh we needed someone with masters in basket weaving and our hairsplitting department someone calls in sick we have back- up
  • Buddy 2008/03/18 05:18:29
    Buddy
    +2
    Do you think the super and plagued delegates should endorse Hillary Clinton now?

    Do you think the plagued delegates should endorse Hillary Clinton’s now that Obama has been exposed?

    Do you think the super delegates should endorse Hillary Clinton’s now that Obama has been exposed?

    If the super and plagued delegates remain with Obama now, should the voters believe the super and plagued delegates agreed and condone Obama and Rev. Wright’s philosophy and sermons?

    Should the super and plagued delegates be reviewed on their values and judgment?
  • Tired O... Buddy 2008/03/18 16:51:00
    Tired Old Man
    +1
    Just to be clear, who exactly is your candidate of choice? Let me guess, McCain, no, uh, Obama, no, Oh, who would of guessed, Hillary, I've wanted to be president since I was in college, Bill's had his turn, it's only fair that I get to be president too, Clinton. Oh crap, did I say that out loud.
  • Michelle Tired O... 2008/03/19 18:21:59
    Michelle
    +1
    Why do tired old men think every time someone supports Hillary or makes a point we get this mocking response? Are you smarter or just need a nap?
  • Heymister 2008/03/07 17:34:28
  • Michelle Heymister 2008/03/19 18:24:30
    Michelle
    +1
    Another tired old man?
  • Kevon 2008/03/07 02:52:39
    Kevon
    +3
    I think that after a few primaries we will start to see some consistency in America's choice for the democratic nominee.
  • Chr*stopher 2008/02/19 22:48:35
    Chr*stopher
    +1
    What will happen if the Democrats finish in a virtual tie?
  • Kevman Chr*sto... 2008/03/07 04:01:43
    Kevman
    +2
    More likely a virtual lie. Maybe, just maybe, If Yobama can bring out the big guns and start shooting
    ol' ThunderThighs in that vast ass with : Vince Foster; Travel Gate; White Water; How I turned 1,000 bucks into 100 times that amount in no time flat!; FBI files in my bedroom (how 'bout THAT shit!); Why I let Bill f*ck every bimbo he sees, ad nauseum), that old skank may just fail in her quest!
  • Bitwise... Chr*sto... 2008/03/13 19:56:30
    Bitwise Operator
    +1
    Everyone will get to see more of Obama and Hillary flinging poo at one another.
  • Stella 2008/02/19 22:43:20
    Stella
    +2
    It's interesting that a candidate needs almost twice the delegates to become the Democrat nominee. Hillary and Barack already have more than the Republicans need to win.
  • demfor08 Stella 2008/03/07 19:54:32
    demfor08
    +1
    they are allocated differently, alot of state in the republican primary are winner take all delegates
  • ....... Stella 2008/03/13 02:23:38

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