CNN Live: Obama Still Holds Delegate Lead

March 5, 2008

According to national statistical data, Obama despite losing nearly all but one state to Senator Clinton on Tuesday night, still continues to hold the overall Delegate lead and he has pledged to march on toward closing out this race and earning the Democratic Presidential Nomination no matter what happens, even despite a very apparent loss in Texas which only adds insult to injury in Tuesday’s big Primary contests.  Obama says Clinton may have swept across the board in 3 out of 4 states but she still has to catch him and the math is still in his favor to eventually bring this Election Season to a close with a long and hard fought victory in the Primary season, paving the way for the General Election and the fall Campaign against the Republican Presidential Nominee John McCain.

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CNN Report: Clinton Pulling Away In Texas

March 5, 2008

CNN Reports that Senator Clinton is pulling away from her rival Senator Barack Obama in Texas leading 50% to 48% according to statistical data coming in. If this trend continues, then Senator Clinton is likely to be the victor in Texas which would complete a sweep across the board for her in all the major Primary contest states.

CNN Projection: John McCain Wins Republican Nomination

March 5, 2008

CNN now projects that Senator John McCain has sealed the Republican Presidential Nomination by winning the state of Texas and the State of Rhode Island over rival Mike Huckabee. CNN also reports that Mike Huckabee has dropped out of the Presidential Race will endorse McCain for President.

CNN Projection: Clinton Wins Rhode Island/Ohio

March 5, 2008

CNN now projects that Senator Hillary Clinton will win in the state of Rhode Island, breaking Rival Barack Obama’s momentum of 12 straight Primary/Caucus contest victories. Senator Clinton won Rhode Island by a margin of 61% to 38% as CNN is now Projecting.  CNN also projects just now that Senator Clinton has also won the state of Ohio by a margin of 57% to 41%.

CNN Projection: John McCain Wins Ohio

March 5, 2008

CNN Now Projects that Senator John McCain will win the state of Ohio for the GOP based on Exit Polling Data. He will be awarded a proportional amount of the Delegates awarded for that particular state. Again McCain will win Ohio as CNN Now Projects. Go to CNNPolitics.com for live results.

CNN Projection: John McCain Wins Vermont

March 5, 2008

CNN Now Projects that Senator John McCain will win the state of Vermont for the GOP, earning a winner take all victory of the awarded Delegates for that state, propelling him closer yet to sealing the Nomination of the Republican Party. Again, CNN Now Projects McCain will win Vermont. Go to CNNPolitics.com for live results.

CNN Projection: Obama Wins Vermont

March 5, 2008

CNN Now Projects that Senator Barack Obama based on Exit Polls will win the State of Vermont and the higher portioning of its Delegates awarded. Again, Obama will win Vermont as CNN now Projects. Go To CNNPolitics.com to view the live results.

Election Coverage: YouTube & Live Blogging

March 4, 2008

I will be Live Blogging throughout the day and the night as the Election Results come in from the major states in play. I will open discussion on results as the first begin coming in from the state precincts. You can also watch my video on YouTube.com under “Tuesday Election Coverage”. 

Will Senator Obama Grab The Nomination?

March 4, 2008

Here’s one of the big what ifs today. The Election results will be coming in throughout the day and through the night in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island and Vermont. So here’s the Question: Do You Think Senator Obama Will Grab The Democratic Nomination Tonight By Delivering The Knock Out Punch To Hillary Clinton?

Will Senator McCain Wrap Up The Nomination Tonight?

March 4, 2008

Here’s another fact that many Voters and Experts agree on so far. Senator John McCain is well within position based on the delegate count to clinch the Republican Nomination tonight over rival Mike Huckabee.  So here’s the question. Can Senator McCain close the deal tonight with Voters and seal the Nomination? Post your comments here on my Blog. I’ll read your responses and reply to them throughout the day.