Missouri, California for McCain...
California for Clinton
Missouri for Obama...by less than 4,000 votes...
Obama may win more delegates, but Clinton will win many more votes....

Obama manager Plouffe tries to stuff Clinton into box: "“This was their day to get the upper hand in the nomination fight and they failed.”


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CLINTON (740 delegates): New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, New Jersey, Arizona

OBAMA (629 delegates): Georgia, Delaware, Illinois, Alabama, Kansas, Connecticut, North Dakota, Minnesota, Colorado, Idaho, Missouri

MCCAIN (487 delegates): Illinois, New York (WTA), New Jersey (WTA), Connecticut (WTA), Delaware (WTA), Oklahoma, Missouri, California

ROMNEY (132 delegates): Massachusetts, Utah, North Dakota, Minnesota, Montana, Colorado

HUCKABEE (120 delegates): Alabama, West Virginia, Arkansas, Georgia and Tennessee

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Women = Hillary, Men = Obama. Blacks = Obama, Hispanics = Hillary...
Dem Race Immune To Spin... Big Wins For Both Candidates.....
Obama aide: "We won our states. They won theirs."..... campaign sends out e-mail: "What polls looked like two weeks ago..."
Next states favor Obama, but he won't decrease delegate margin by too much.....


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Romney: "This campaign is going on..."

Huckabee emphasizes immigration at beginning of speech, then abortion...
Romney not doing interviews....
Huck, McCain tied in TN....
Huck likely to win GA....
McCain early spin on race v. Huckabee:

What you will hear from McCain over the next few weeks is that the majority of the remaining delegate contests clearly favor McCain's type of Republican....(Texas is the exception...) And McCain will have such a huge delegate lead out of tonight that Huck will need to win the remaining large states by big margins in order to beat him.

Obama campaign pre-spins California:

""The polls are still open there of course, so we don't know what will happen. An important point is that a candidate could lose by about 6 points and still get a ton of delegates - possibly only 18 fewer delegates, 194 to 176."

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