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    McCain continues his march to the GOP nomination. Clinton and Obama are close so far in Texas and Ohio. Anyone vote today? Who has a horse in this race?
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    Newsflash: Huckabee drops out, throws his support to McCain.
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    How is Ohio close? Obama is pretty much screwed there.

    I really hope Clinton drops out soon. I hate her, and would love to stop having to see her manly face whenever I turn on the news.
    But sir, your opinion is wrong.
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    Let's see. I live in a city that is 73% Republican in a state that won't see a democratic candidate once the primary is over...so...no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    Let's see. I live in a city that is 73% Republican in a state that won't see a democratic candidate once the primary is over...so...no.
    Your town should have just gone to the polls and voted for Obama...so we won't have to see Hillary anymore.

    Mccain will win the general election anyway I hope.
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    I voted today. =) I'm hoping Obama comes out on top in Texas.
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    Clinton up 15% in Ohio with half of the precincts reporting, Obama barely up 7,000 in Texas (with 22% of the precincts reporting). Obama taking Vermont, Clinton taking Rhode Island.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    Clinton up 15% in Ohio with half of the precincts reporting, Obama barely up 7,000 in Texas (with 22% of the precincts reporting). Obama taking Vermont, Clinton taking Rhode Island.
    Those numbers are a bit misleading. All the large urban centers, which heavily favor Obama, have 1-3/4% of their votes in while the small rural towns which tend to vote Hillary have most of their votes in. Expect a steady climb in Obama's percentage in both states.
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    Hillary is currently holding the lead in Texas, as well, but lots of votes left to go.

    Edit: They are calling Ohio for Hillary.
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    Looks like it's still a dead heat. Is this good or bad for the democrats?

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