Neither Sen. Hillary Clinton nor Sen. Barack Obama held public appearances Tuesday, the last day of primaries, shifting the electoral focus to uncommitted super delegates on Capitol Hill.
Mississippi's presidential primaries will be held Tuesday, and Sen. Barack Obama is heavily favored to win the Democratic contest. Judy Woodruff discusses the 'Magnolia Primary' with a political science professor and reporter from the state.
By PBS NewsHour
After months of hand-wringing, New Hampshire officials announced Wednesday they would hold the first-in-the-nation presidential primary on Jan. 8, five days after Iowa's leadoff caucuses.
With the hotly contested midterm election in less than a week, Howard Dean, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, and Ken Mehlman, chairman of the Republican National Committee, discuss the challenges that lay ahead for their respective parties.
Winner of Connecticut's Democratic primary, Ned Lamont, who spent $4 million of his own money in a successful bid to oust incumbent three-term Senator Joe Lieberman, discusses the Senate race ahead of him as he challenges a Republican candidate and…
After serving as Connecticut's U.S. Senator for 18 years, Democrat Joe Lieberman lost his party's primary on Tuesday. Having announced his decision to run as an "Independent Democrat", Lieberman discusses why he will continue his campaign into the fall general…
After losing the Democratic primary in Connecticut, Sen. Joseph Lieberman, announced he will continue his bid to keep his seat by running as an independent.
Polls that once pegged Ned Lamont as a long-shot in Connecticut's Democratic primary for Senate, now have the first-time candidate ahead of incumbent Sen. Joseph Lieberman going into Tuesday's vote. But, as Gwen Ifill reported Monday, the race is far…
By PBS NewsHour
The Democratic candidates for president, busy stumping for votes ahead of next week's New Hampshire primary, criticized President Bush's Tuesday State of the Union speech, attacking the president's record as well as his new proposals.
Support Provided By: Learn more
Educate your inbox
Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.