Tuesday, March 4, 2008

News for Mar 04 (Afternoon Edition)

Note: Don't Forget to Check Out the Wallpapers Below

Obama Chides Press, Talks Expectations, Looks Ahead
"Obama spoke to reporters between Houston annd San Antonio, chiding them for buying Clinton claims that the media has been soft on him, Carrie Budoff Brown reports. ..."


Pool Report by the Boston Globe’s Scott Helman
"Many of the presenters were high-schoolers from the Future Farmers of America and 4-H. His presence drew quite a stir as farmers, ranchers, and cattle-raisers whipped out cell phones and cameras to capture the spectacle. ..."

Video: Chuck Todd Commentary on "Today"


MSNBC: Junior Super Tuesday Commentary
"Should Mr. Obama sweep all four contests, her hopes will plainly be extinguished. ..."


Slate.com: Delegate Calculator
"If you plug in the numbers, you'll see that Senator Clinton's path to the nomination is nearly impossible. ..."

Statement from Ohio State Director Paul Tewes
"We will take action when necessary to ensure that all eligible voters are able to cast their votes and to have their votes counted. We will continue to monitor the polls to ensure that all Ohioans who choose to participate in today’s election are able to do so regardless of who they choose to vote for. ..."

Georgia Superdelegate Endorses Obama
"Democratic National Committee member Mary Long told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution she will back the senator from Illinois in his quest for the Democratic nomination for president. ..."


Gallup Daily: Obama 45%; Clinton 45%
"Gallup Poll Daily tracking finds Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama tied once again ..."


Rasmussen: Daily Presidential Tracking Poll
"The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Tuesday shows Hillary Clinton barely ahead of Barack Obama nationally for the second straight day. ..."


Time: Exit Polling Video in Texas
"Voters in Austin, Texas explain who they cast their primary ballots for this morning and the reasons behind their choices ..."

Questions Raised Whether Hillary Ad Darkened Obama
"A controversial new Hillary Clinton attack ad is causing an Internet stir among critics who claim it deliberately darkens Barack Obama’s skin color. ..."

Clinton Campaign Digs Into Obama's Past
"While Hillary Clinton stood before reporters boasting about how this has been “an incredibly positive campaign,” her senior campaign staff has been organizing a big effort to expose Barack Obama’s relationship with Tony Rezko ..."

Obama Makes Last Minute Pitch
"Stumping for last minute votes in Texas, Barack Obama stopped by the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo today, where he hopped on a tractor and talked with a Future Farmers of America group. ..."

One Way or Another, Women Will Decide It
"Coleman, who is African American, pondered the Clinton-Obama question after church every Sunday for weeks with her husband, brother and sister-in-law. Their talks usually came to a single question: Is sexism or racism the bigger issue in America? ..."


Hillary's Math Problem
"Forget tonight. She could win 16 straight and still lose. ..."

Obama Seeks Knockout, Clinton Bids for Revival
"Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton contested primaries in Ohio, Texas and two other states on Tuesday, the front-runner and his pursuer in a riveting race for the Democratic presidential nomination. ..."

Limbaugh Caller Says Obama Reminds Daughter of Cartoon Monkey
"Limbaugh, who laughed at the caller's comments, later apologized explaining he didn't know anything about Curious George. ..."

Superdelegate Couple Split Between Obama, Clinton
"Barack Obama picked up another superdelegate endorsement on Tuesday from Carol Khare Fowler, the chairwoman of the South Carolina Democratic Party. ..."


Wintry Mess Could Slow Voter Turnout in Ohio
"Election watchers kept a nervous eye on the weather in four states holding primaries Tuesday, with Ohio the most likely spot for conditions that could dampen voters' enthusiasm. ..."


After D-Day: Hillary Clinton
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While Clinton will inevitably keep fighting--this month, she raised $35 million while losing 11 straight contests--it's hard to see how she claws her way to victory. ..."

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