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As a tight primary race continues, the Democratic Party is considering redoing primaries in Michigan and Florida -- states who were stripped of their delegates for holding their primaries too early -- to allow those states' delegates to be seated…
In what has been dubbed 'Mini Tuesday,' voters in Ohio, Texas, Vermont, and Rhode Island will head to the polls today to choose between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in those states' Democratic primaries. Several journalists weigh in on today's…
New polls indicate Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama now running neck-and-neck in the former Clinton stronghold of Ohio. Two state officials discuss which candidate they support and why.
The tight race between Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama has both candidates vying for votes in the delegate-rich states of Texas and Ohio on March 4, while GOP front-runner Sen. John McCain will try to expand his lead. Texas…
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 PBS NewsHour
Despite breathless reporting around the results in 24 states on Super Tuesday, the storyline in both the Democratic and Republican races remained largely the same as it had been earlier this week.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
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.
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