Tuesday, March 4, 2008

News for Mar 04 (Late Night Edition)

Obama's Remarks in San Antonio
"You know, decades ago, as a community organizer, I learned that the real work of democracy begins far from the closed doors and marbled halls of Washington. ..."


Clinton Scrambles to Freeze Defectors
"A behind-the-scenes battle broke out late Tuesday over superdelegates who had secretly committed to Sen. Barack Obama, with Clinton campaign officials scrambling to “freeze” them before they announced support for him. ..."

Obama Says Press Bites on Clinton Spin
"Barack Obama described Hillary Clinton today as a “tenacious” candidate but blamed her for running a negative campaign. He said Clinton has employed a “kitchen sink” strategy in attacking him ..."

Did SNL Spoof Shift Obama Coverage?
"Life imitating art or just a coincidence? A study of campaign coverage found the media took a sharper look at Barack Obama the week after comedy show "Saturday Night Live" spoofed journalists enthralled by his candidacy. ..."


Obama Spin
"But the heart of the message is that the campaign soldiers on. Wyoming and Mississippi are next and the Obama campaign will head there and then on to Pennsylvania. ..."


At the Obama Rally
"So Far from Heaven" is playing on the loudspeakers at Obama's outdoor rally tonight, and the song matches the muted tone of the crowd. Perhaps it's the chilly night, or the fact that only caucus attendees are allowed to attend the rally but the large space has yet to be filled. ..."

Live-Blogging During Election-Night Returns by Rick Klein
"Obama runs against both candidates: "John McCain and Hillary Clinton have echoed each other, dismissing this call for change as eloquent yet empty. ..."

Schneider: Why Obama Won Vermont
"Barack Obama is headed for an easy victory in Vermont, fueled by overwhelming victories among voting blocs that have solidly aligned with Hillary Clinton in other states. ..."


Obama, Clinton Call McCain to Offer Congratulations
"Democratic White House hopeful Barack Obama called Republican John McCain at 8:30 CST from his hotel in San Antonio, Texas. He congratulated the Arizona senator ..."


Obama Staking Ground in Mississippi
"Barack Obama was looking to score major victories Tuesday in Ohio and Texas — wins he hoped would put Hillary Clinton away... But long before polls closed in either state, his campaign was laying the groundwork for contests in states to come. ..."


Obama Confident He'll Win Nomination
"Sen. Barack Obama congratulated rival Sen. Hillary Clinton for her wins in Rhode and Island Ohio, but claimed that the path to the Democratic presidential nomination was still clear for his
campaign. ..."


Schneider: Clinton's Delegate Problem
"In what may be bad news for Clinton, Democrats across all four states overwhelmingly say they want super delegates to vote based on which candidate finishes ahead in the pledged delegate count at the end of the primary season. ..."

Review Final Updates on the Texas Vote Count on CNN.com

A Game of Survivor
"Hillary takes Ohio, setting back Obama and barely staying alive. But with McCain securing the Republican nomination, will the continuing battle between the two Democrats cost them the White House? ..."

'Hard to Control'
"The one thing [Bill] Clinton hasn't done in weeks is field a single question from a journalist. ..."

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