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Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., picked up the endorsement of Conn. Sen. Chris Dodd Tuesday, ahead of an Ohio debate with Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y. Presumptive GOP nominee Sen. John McCain, meanwhile, targeted his Democratic rivals on the campaign trail.
Democratic presidential candidates Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton -- still locked in a battle for delegates -- are jockeying for voter support before Tuesday's Wisconsin primary. Two journalists discuss the state of the race in the Badger State.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Sen. Barack Obama scored three decisive victories Saturday night, winning a key primary in Louisiana and scoring two more caucus wins in Washington State and Nebraska.
The neck-and-neck battle for the Democratic nomination continues this weekend as voters in four states plus the Virgin Islands head to polls or caucuses.
Two men who were once major contenders for their party's nomination announced Wednesday they were leaving the presidential primary race while a former third-party candidate announced he might run again.
Continuing his surging campaign for the Republican nomination, Sen. John McCain narrowly bested former Gov. Mitt Romney in Florida, locking up all 57 delegates to the convention this summer and heading into Super Tuesday with increased momentum.
Calling for a "politics of common sense" and saying his campaign represented an unprecedented coalition of Americans, Sen. Barack Obama celebrated a 27-point victory Saturday in South Carolina.
Sen. John McCain scored a critical victory in the South Carolina GOP primary Saturday, edging out former Gov. Mike Huckabee and exorcizing the ghost of the 2000 campaign when the Palmetto State dealt the Arizona Republican's campaign a mortal blow.
With an unprecedented five-day turnaround before the New Hampshire primary, Iowa caucus victor Mike Huckabee and the rest of the Republican field are forgoing sleep, refocusing their attention and tweaking their messages.
The top three Democratic contenders in Iowa's caucuses, Sens. Barack Obama, Ill., Hillary Clinton, N.Y., and former Sen. John Edwards, N.C., had little time to celebrate before dashing to New Hampshire for Tuesday's primary.
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