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  • Democrats take another Republican seat

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown Anti-abortion, pro-gun Democrat Travis Childers has won today's special election in Mississippi's deeply conservative First Congressional District, the Associated Press is reporting. Following special election victories in Illinois...
  • Obama visits Limbaugh's hometown

     
    by John McCormick CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - Seeking to show he fears no Republican - even one with a deeply loyal national radio audience - Sen. Barack Obama on Tuesday essentially started his general election campaign with a brief stop......
  • Clinton: 'This race isn't over yet.'

     
    by James Oliphant CHARLESTON, W.Va--Welcome to the parallel universe. In this place, Hillary Clinton has as good a shot as ever to win the Democratic nomination, mathematics, delegate counts, and pundits be damned. At least it sure seemed that way......
  • Clinton: Kentucky confidence showing?

     
    By Rick Pearson LOUISVILLE--Fresh from declaring victory in West Virginia, Sen. Hillary Clinton is preparing to finish the week with high profile TV news appearances Wednesday, followed by a heavy travel schedule. At least through Saturday, that...
  • Before the speech, a money pitch

     
    by James Oliphant Before Hillary Clinton took the stage Tuesday evening, her campaign had already sent out a victory email to supporters--asking for more money to keep fighting. Here it is: After tonight's tremendous victory here in West Virginia, it's......
  • Clinton wins West Virginia primary

     
    by James Oliphant CHARLESTON, W.Va--As expected, Sen. Hillary Clinton cruised to victory in the West Virginia Democratic presidential primary Tuesday night, News networks projected the victory the minute the polls closed here at 7:30 Eastern time. NBC...
  • Obama concedes defeat in Kentucky early

     
    by Rick Pearson LOUISVILLE--Sen. Barack Obama's campaign is conceding not only that Sen. Hillary Clinton will win today's West Virginia primary by a large margin but next week's Kentucky primary as well. But a memo from the Illinois Democrat's......
  • Exit polls show economy top issue

     
    by James Oliohant CHARLESTON, W.Va--With just about a half-an-hour until the polls close in West Virginia, MSNBC has released the results of some exit polling. Eighty-eight percent of voters polled said they were negatively affected by the tumbling...
  • Is that a flag pin on Obama's lapel?

     
    by Mike Dorning So what is that on Barack Obama's lapel as he speaks at a town meeting in conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh's hometown, Cape Girardeau, Mo.? Why, it's a flag pin! For the second day in a......
  • Exit polls: Clinton demographics

     
    Demographics have, to a significant degree, controlled outcomes in the Democratic primary races to date, and the exit polls from WV indicate why Hillary is turning in a strong performance: 95 percent of the voters were white. 68 percent of......
  • Wolfson: Cites the old West Virginia canard

     
    Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson, on CNN, pulls out several old Clinton canards. The rules must be changed and will be changed on Michigan! And Florida! And: "No president has won the presidency without West Virginia since Woodrow Wilson." True......