Obama wins Delaware. New Jersey for Clinton. Obama wins Alabama.
The Obama campaign had hoped to pick up the state, with the backing of Gov. Deval Patrick and the state’s two senators, John Kerry and Ted Kennedy.
No surprise as state goes to the former first lady and former governor.
McCain wins New Jersey and Connecticut, Romney wins Massachusetts and Obama wins in Illinois and Clinton wins in Tennessee and Oklahoma.
He captures decisive numbers of younger, under 45 voters and African Americans, according to MSNBC exit polls. Hillary Clinton captured a majority of white voters, 54% to 43%, although that is more…
Mike Huckabee won the West Virginia caucus, with some grousing in the Romney camp. Backers of John McCain threw their support to Huckabee to deny Romney from picking up the delegates.
Some Hollywood supporters of Barack Obama are countering a flurry of last-minute e-mails that have been making the rounds that claim that the candidate falls short on his support of Israel. The…
Oprah resolves a voting glitch. Obama votes in his Hyde Park, Ill. district. "It was close but in the end I went for Obama." Rush Limbaugh tries to affect the outcome in the GOP race, accusing John…
She has accepted invites to participate in a Feb. 10 debate on "This Week with George Stephanopoulos," a Feb. 27 debate on CNN in Ohio and a Feb. 28 debate on MSNBC in Houston. She has also accepted…
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Updated A few items this morning as voting begins: Dave Matthews endorses Obama. Hillary Clinton tells David Letterman, "Well, look, you know, in…
Can Hillary count on the gay vote? In October, an Advocate cover story — called “The Object of Our Affection” — declared her the candidate “whom gay voters are carrying the torch for.” That…