Tuesday's primary elections in Pennsylvania, Kentucky and Arkansas ended with a veteran Senator out of the race, another forced into a runoff and a third facing a Tea Party outsider. Jim Lehrer reports on what these primaries mean for the…
Incumbent Blanche Lincoln is campaigning to hold on to her seat in the U.S. Senate in a heated Democratic primary race in Arkansas. Spencer Michels reports on how the state's agriculture industry and discontent with Washington may factor into the…
Anger toward government is on the rise, as candidates across the country kick their primary campaigns into gear. Margaret Warner talks to Andrew Kohut, director of the Pew Research Center, about a new poll showing dwindling satisfaction with U.S. leadership.
In Texas, Gov. Rick Perry edged out Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison to win the state's three-way Republican gubernatorial primary on Tuesday. Gwen Ifill talks to a political expert from the University of Texas at Austin about the general election ahead.
Sen. Hillary Clinton addressed supporters in New York City after the long-running Democratic primary drew to a close and her rival, Sen. Barack Obama, claimed the party's nomination. Following is a transcript of her remarks.
Sen. Barack Obama claimed the Democratic nomination Tuesday night in St. Paul, Minn., after earning the support of more than 2,118 delegates in a hard-fought race against Sen. Hillary Clinton. Following is a transcript of his remarks.
Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are turning their attention to Indiana and North Carolina as the battle for the Democratic nomination rolls on while GOP Sen. John McCain has sought to hone his political message on the campaign trail.
Despite campaign turmoil and unlikely odds last fall, John McCain finished his remarkable comeback Tuesday, winning the last few delegates needed to clinch the GOP nomination. Columnists David Brooks and Ruth Marcus discuss McCain's dramatic campaign path.
The tight battle for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination is putting the formerly obscure super delegate system under scrutiny. A government professor discusses the role of the appointed super delegates in the Democratic nomination.
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