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Joint Ticket?

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That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Hillary Clinton’s comeback is tempered by the reality of delegate math — unless Barack Obama’s campaign completely implodes. So even before the…

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The Never-Ending Campaign

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Our roundup from Variety: The race for the Democratic presidential nomination was far from resolved on Tuesday after Hillary Clinton won the crucial Ohio and Texas primaries over chief rival Barack…

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Obama Touts Delegate Lead

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Barack Obama spoke to supporters in San Antonio, where he congratulated Hillary Clinton on her Ohio and Rhode Island victories yet noted that he will still lead the race in delegates. "No matter what…

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Hillary’s Comeback

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Bolstered by her victories in Ohio and Rhode Island, Hillary Clinton told supporters at a victory party that "We’re just getting started." "This nation is coming back and so is this campaign. We’re…

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Huckabee Drops Out

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Mike Huckabee said he was dropping out of the presidential race after John McCain secured the GOP nomination. Huckabee, who ran an unconventional and irreverent campaign that included the endorsement…

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McCain Clinches Nomination

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His win in Texas apparently puts him over the top. Coupled with Mitt Romney’s delegates, McCain has 1,205 delegates, passing the 1,191 mark to clinch the nomination. McCain is to visit the White…

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What Would Alex Keaton Do?

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"Family Ties" creator Gary David Goldberg writes in the New York Times that the conservative Michael J. Fox character may, just may, vote for a Democrat. The reason? The Bush years have just been too…

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