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« on: May 24, 2012, 06:51:16 pm »
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If Only Mrs. Clinton...

South Carolina



Obama Edges Clinton in South Carolina



Obama 43.9%     20 Delegates
Clinton 40.2%    19 Delegates
Edwards 15.4%     06 Delegates





Total Delegate Count


Clinton 144

Obama 125
Edwards 25


Clinton gains more from South Carolina according to polls.

Florida Polls

Rasmussen:

Clinton 50%

Obama  23%
Edwards 12%

ARG:

Clinton 62%
Obama 20%
Edwards 06%
 
Survey USA

Clinton 55%

Obama 27%
Edwards 08%





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« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2012, 07:01:28 pm »
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Sounds promising.
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« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2012, 07:25:44 pm »
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Clinton wins HUGE in Florida!


Clinton 57.0%     121 Delegates
Obama 29.4%      64 Delegates
Edwards 10.8%      0 Delegates








"I am so grateful to the countless Floridians who, on their own, organized, worked hard, talked to your friends and your neighbors. You made a very big difference,"


Total Delegate Count

Clinton 265
Obama 186
Edwards 25


Up next Super Tuesday



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« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2012, 07:28:26 pm »
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Looks cool. Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2012, 07:43:58 pm »
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Great so far Smiley
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« Reply #5 on: May 24, 2012, 08:28:54 pm »
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The thing is, Florida and Michigan were assumed to have no delegates at the time of the contests. Weren't they?
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« Reply #6 on: May 24, 2012, 09:12:03 pm »
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The thing is, Florida and Michigan were assumed to have no delegates at the time of the contests. Weren't they?

Yes I'm just including them for now
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« Reply #7 on: May 24, 2012, 09:15:25 pm »
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A Hillary Presidency? I'd love that.
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« Reply #8 on: May 24, 2012, 09:33:06 pm »
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Super Tuesday!!!

Welcome to Msnbc's Super Tuesday

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Chris Mathews: There are gonna be a lot of eyes on Clinton tonight to see if she can hold her Momentum and take votes away from Edwards. Also there are eyes on Obama to see if he can pull out and election night shocker and get ahead in the Delegate count.

Chris Matthews: It's now 7pm ET on the east coast and we can now Project our first state of Georgia to Senator Obama, the African American Vote Surely helped him in the state.

Obama Wins Georgia!


Obama 56.1%      58 Delegates
Clinton 41.9%      46 Delegates




8pmET

Chris Matthews: It's Now 8pmET and there are a load of states polls closing.

Chris Matthews: We can now call Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Tennessee for Clinton and Illinois for Obama. States that are Currently too close to call are Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware and Missouri.

Obama wins Illinois!


Obama 59.6%      120 Delegates
Clinton 37.8%      65 Delegates


Clinton wins Massachusetts!


Clinton 64.3%      79 Delegates     
Obama 32.8%      42 Delegates


Clinton wins New Jersey!


Clinton 57.1%      70 Delegates
Obama 40.1%      56 Delegates


Clinton wins Oklahoma!


Clinton 60.1%      31 Delegates
Obama 31.8%      16 Delegates
Edwards 4.3%      0 Delegates


Clinton wins Tennessee!
 

Clinton 60.2%      55 Delegates
Obama  36.6%      30 Delegates



Alabama too close to call
34%in
Obama 50.5%
Clinton 48.0%


Connecticut too close to call
24%in
Clinton 51.7%
Obama 47.4%


Delaware too close to call
20%in
Clinton  51.5%
Obama  46.4%


Missouri too close to call
41%in
Clinton 49.9%
Obama 48.3%


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« Reply #9 on: May 24, 2012, 10:42:12 pm »
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It looks like, due to Obama's less than stellar SC win, Clinton gained roughly 5 points over Obama across the board, which would lead to her winning the nomination, not just the primary, as she did in 2008.
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« Reply #10 on: May 25, 2012, 07:35:26 pm »
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Continuing Coverage of Super Tuesday!

8:26pmET
Chris Matthews: We can now project a winner in Delaware where Senator Hillary Clinton has won that state in a surprisingly wide margin.

Clinton wins Delaware!


Clinton 56.6%      13 Delegates
Obama 38.7%      10 Delegates



8:30pmET
Chris Matthews: We can now can project the home state of Former President Bill Clinton Arkansas to Hillary Clinton in a complete wipe out!

Clinton wins Arkansas!


Clinton 73.1%      35 Delegates
Obama 23.7%      12 Delegates



8:46pmET

Chris Matthews: We can now project yet another state for Senator Clinton as she keeps picking up these battleground states, the state of Connecticut goes for her tonight.

Clinton wins Connecticut!


Clinton 54.0%      13 Delegates
Obama 43.2%      10 Delegates



9pmET

Chirs Matthews: It's now 9pmET on the east coast and we have some states to call including the State of New york and Arizona for Clinton and Kansas for Obama with his second victory of the night. States that are too close to call are Colorado, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota and still from earlier Alabama and Missouri.

Clinton wins Arizona!


Clinton 54.4%      37 Delegates
Obama 41.7%      30 Delegates
Edwards 3.0%      0 Delegates



Obama wins Kansas!


Obama 56.1%      22 Delegates
Clinton 43.8%      18 Delegates



Clinton wins New York!


Clinton 63.6%      182 Delegates
Obama 34.7%      98 Delegates



Alabama too close to Call
71%in
Obama 51.0%
Clinton 48.1%


Colorado too close to call
23%in
Obama 51.5%
Clinton 47.9%


Minnesota too close to call
9%in
Clinton 50.4%
Obama 49.1%


Missouri too close to call
62%in
Clinton 50.9%
Obama 47.7%


New Mexico too close to call
21%in
Clinton 50.1%
Obama 47.2%


North Dakota too close to call
5%in
Obama 52.2%
Clinton 47.5%


More results next
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« Reply #11 on: May 25, 2012, 08:07:18 pm »
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Keep this going! My internship doesn't start until June 5 and I'm so bored
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« Reply #12 on: May 25, 2012, 08:32:05 pm »
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Keep this going! My internship doesn't start until June 5 and I'm so bored

Where's your internship?
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« Reply #13 on: May 25, 2012, 08:53:33 pm »
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Keep this going! My internship doesn't start until June 5 and I'm so bored

Where's your internship?

A news station. Let's just hope they put me on the political beat.
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« Reply #14 on: May 26, 2012, 03:50:19 pm »
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Super Tuesday!!!

9:21pmET
Chris Matthews: We can now Project the state of Alabama to Senator Obama.

Obama wins Alabama!


Obama 51.8%      33 Delegates
Clinton 46.1%      27 Delegates



9:35pmET

Chris Matthews: Another state for Senator Obama the state of North Dakota will go his way tonight.

Obama wins North Dakota!


Obama 54.6%      12 Delegates
Clinton 43.0%      9 Delegates


9:41pmET

Chris Matthews: Big news folks Hillary Clinton has won the big battle ground of Missouri, this is surly a great boost for her campaign.

Clinton wins Missouri!


Clinton 52.5%      48 Delegates
Obama 45.8%      40 Delegates



9:54pmET

Chris Matthews: Senator Clinton has won New Mexico. The Hispanic vote helped her in that state a lot according to exit polls.

Clinton wins New Mexico!


Clinton 52.8%      21 Delegates
Obama 44.7%      17 Delegates




10pmET

Chris Matthews: It's now 10 o'clock on the east coast and we now project Obama the winner in Idaho. Some too close to call races can also be called with Colorado going for Obama and Minnesota going for Clinton tonight. Utah's polls just closed but it is too close to call at this moment.

Obama wins Idaho Caucus!


Obama 58.8%      15 Delegates
Clinton 37.9%      8 Delegates



Obama wins Colorado!



Obama 53.2%      23 Delegates
Clinton 45.6%      20 Delegates




Clinton wins Minnesota!


Clinton 55.2%
Obama 43.7%




Utah too close to call
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Clinton 49.4%
Obama 49.3%


West coast up next!
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« Reply #15 on: May 27, 2012, 02:11:27 pm »
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Awesome, Please keep this going.

If only she had won the presidency in 2008....(my candle is lit for her return in 2016 some way, some how)
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« Reply #16 on: May 27, 2012, 04:16:11 pm »
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« Reply #17 on: May 28, 2012, 07:22:31 pm »
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Super Tuesday!!!

11pmET

Chris Matthews: It's now 11pm in the east and we have polls closing in California where it is too early to call at this point. The only states we have left are California, Utah and Alaska with it's polls closing at Midnight.


11:26pmET

Chris Matthews: We can now project Senator Hillary Clinton the winner in California

Clinton wins California!


Clinton 53.7%      243 Delegates
Obama 41.6%      198 Delegates
Edwards 3.1%      0 Delegates




11:56pmET
 Chris Matthews: We can now project Senator Obama will win the state of Utah.

Obama wins Utah!


Obama 51.9%      16 Delegates
Clinton 45.3%      13 Delegates




12pmET

Chris Matthews: It's Midnight now and we can project Senator Obama the last state of the night, the state of Alaska.

Obama wins Alaska!


Obama 65.7%      12 Delegates
Clinton 34.1%      6 Delegates


Chris Matthews: Thank you for watching MSNBC tonight we hope you enjoyed our broadcast and this exciting primary that has turned to Hillary Clinton's favor tonight.

Current Democratic Primary Map



Current Delegate Count
Clinton 1374
Obama 1116
Edwards 25 (out)


w/o Michigan and Florida

Clinton: 1166
Obama: 982
Edwards 25 (out)

National Democratic Polls

CNN:
Clinton 54%
Obama 43%

CBS News/NY Times:
Clinton 55%
Obama 39%

NBC/WSJ
Clinton 57%
Obama 37%







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« Reply #18 on: May 28, 2012, 08:41:57 pm »
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Does the media still have a hard-on for Obama as per otl?
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House: Emken (CA)
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Does the media still have a hard-on for Obama as per otl?

Not as much as in RL.

Anyways i should be coming up with an update tonight.
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Does the media still have a hard-on for Obama as per otl?

Not as much as in RL.

Anyways i should be coming up with an update tonight.

Sounds good.
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President: Hillary Clinton
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House: Emken (CA)
Other: Rob McCoy (CA Assembly)

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« Reply #21 on: May 31, 2012, 09:43:24 pm »
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Clinton wins American Samoa!


Clinton 66.4%      6 Delegates
Obama 33.1%      3 Delegates




Clinton vs Mccain

49%-45%
289-187


Obama vs Mccain

48%-44%
303-200


Feb 9th Results

Obama wins Louisiana!


Obama 51.0%      37 Delegates
Clinton 45.3%      31 Delegates




Obama wins Nebraska Caucus!



Obama 50.6%      17 Delegates
Clinton 49.1%      14 Delegates




Clinton wins Washington Caucus!


Clinton 50.0%     53 Delegates
Obama 48.7%      44 Delegates




Obama wins Virgin Islands!


Obama 77.7%      8 Delegates
Clinton 19.6%      1 Delegates


Current Delegate Count

Clinton 1479
Obama 1225
Edwards 25 (out)


w/o Michigan and Florida

Clinton: 1271
Obama: 1091
Edwards 25 (out)





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Cool!  Smiley
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Feb 10th Results

Clinton wins Maine!



Clinton 54.3%      19 Delegates
Obama 44.9%      15 Delegates




Feb 12th Results

Obama wins District of Columbia!


Obama 60.1%      24 Delegates
Clinton 38.9%      13 Delegates


Clinton wins Maryland!


Clinton 52.9%      54 Delegates
Obama 44.9%      45 Delegates




Obama wins Virginia!


Obama 52.1%      56 Delegates
Clinton 46.4%      47 Delegates




Wisconsin Polls:

CNN:
Clinton 48%
Obama 46%

NBC:
Clinton 47%
Obama 46%

CBS News/NY Times:
Clinton 51%
Obama 44%


Current Delegate Count

Clinton 1612
Obama 1365
Edwards 25 (out)


w/o Michigan and Florida

Clinton: 1404
Obama: 1231
Edwards 25 (out)




















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House: Emken (CA)
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