Super Tuesday Election Results

Written on February 6, 2008 – 4:18 pm | by admin |

This was the most incredible primary on recent record with so many people coming to the polls and each of the candidates pulling off significant victories. At this point there has been no decisive victory although it appears that McCain could tie this down for the Republicans unless we can see more momentum and a shift in the results for either Mitt or Mike in the final leg of the primaries.

Delegate count as it stands this morning:

On the Republican side of the aisle we have John McCain leading with 613 delegates, Mitt Romney coming in with 269 delegates, Mike Huckabee at 190 delegates & Ron Paul with 14 delegates.

On the Democratic side of the aisle we have Barack Obama with 765 delegates and Hillary Clinton with 845 delegates, John Edwards with 26 delegates and Mike Gavel with 0 delegates.

Well, the candidates are strapping on their boots for a few more laps around the rest of the nation that has not held their primaries yet as the candidates try and convince American voters and delegates that they are the right man or women to be the next President of the United States of America.

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