That, and other news, in today's Political Panorama. In Variety, columnist Brian Lowry wonders whether celebrities are doing more harm than good, especially when they are in prime audience locations…
In the end, the machine beat the momentum. And polls and celebrity endorsements and newspaper nods don't always produce votes. Hillary Clinton benefited from huge wins among Latinos, as well as…
The full roundup here. Or here: Hillary Clinton and John McCain each won the California primaries, the biggest prizes on Super Tuesday's bonanza of delegates that nevertheless left the race for party…
Hillary Clinton scored resounding victories among women, voters over 45, and among Latinos, according to CNn exit polls. Barack Obama draws big numbers of white voters under 44, a slight majority of…
Hillary Clinton's home state of New York teemed with all kinds of electoral action on Super Tuesday. CNN set up shop right outside the Borders at the Time Warner Center in Columbus Circle for…
Races are called by MSNBC.
Still too close to call in California, in both parties. Still too close to call among Democrats in Missouri. Mitt Romney wins in Montana.
California too close to call in both parties. Clinton wins Arizona. Romney wins Minnesota.
"We could not be more thrilled by how we are doing tonight," said David Plouffe, Barack Obama's campaign manager on a conference call with reporters. "We are going to come out of it in much better…
Brian Williams to Bill Richardson: "Is this a Writers Guild strike beard you have?" Richardson: "I am going to stay loose for a while. ..I may endorse. They are both great candidates."
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