March 03, 2008
Tomorrow the streetfight: Obama v. HRC, Texas, and Back to Ohio.
AP: Texas and Ohio battleground. Two big states with rich and colorful political histories; anything could happen. Yes, this affects you--and all your clients. Right now: Obama has 1,385 delegates, HRC has 1,276. Total of 2,025 needed to win. John McCain looks like the GOP winner.
Posted by Holden Oliver (Kitzbühel Desk) at March 3, 2008 11:59 PM
Not that I am always correct, but to the degree that I feel what is happening in Texas, Hillary will carry Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island. Barack will carry Vermont. The Democratic Party has a problem in the way its systems disenfranchise voters through caucuses and proportional representation based upon past trends, that will still have to be worked out, but it will be a problem for Barack in that, with the exception of Illinois, he will have failed to win one large state.
Posted by: Chuck Newton at March 3, 2008 11:53 AM
Chuck--We read your blog, and think you've been right and are right about a lot of things. And it's great you think that American politics is critical to follow. Best, Holden
Posted by: Holden Oliver at March 4, 2008 09:35 AM
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