Read the perspectives of delegates to the two national conventions.
THE ARIZONA VOTE
Hometown Senator John McCain coasted to a solid victory over Texas
Governor George W. Bush. But the race was a controversial one with the
GOP governor supporting Bush.
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AN UNLIKELY BELLWEATHER
Although their primary may not affect the who is nominated this summer,
New Mexico voters have backed the winner in the general election every
time, except once in 1976, since statehood in 1912.
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A TEXAS-SIZED MAJORITY
Richard Gambitta recounts the shift in the Lone Star state from dominance
by the Democrats to Republican control of all statewide offices.
More on the Politics of Texas