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Clinton wins Massachusetts and New York....

Huckabee wins Alabama....

Clinton wins TN....independents split...
Storylines: Gender Gap. Within the Democratic Party and Between the Dem and GOP party....
Spin: Romney campaign says McCain is underperforming nationally...
** But Giuliani WTA work in NE states appears to have paid off for McCain...
** Arizona still tight....
***Obama wins Illinois, Clinton wins Oklahoma. McCain wins Illinois, New Jersey and CT; Romney wins MA.
***Gender gap: Obama wins white men, 50 to 44. HRC wins white women: 56 to 39.
***Obama wins Georgia...campaign:

"Obama's victory in Georgia was achieved through a broad coalition of voters. He not only increased his support among African American voters since South Carolina (78% in South Carolina to 86% in Georgia), but he dramatically improved his standing among white voters (from 24% in South Carolina to 43% in Georgia.)"


*** First wave numbers leaked to Drudge...
***Chelsea Clinton visit to CT prompts warning...

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