At the end of the day all the states will have voted. Not that it really matters because the democratic party will give Obama Hillary's delegates if he needs them so I don't know why we even bothered to vote. The people don't matter to the democrats. They just go in a room and close the door and come out with what they had planed the night before....take the votes that went to Hillary and give them to Obama.....What a messed up party! Really, it made them look like a bunch of dumb asses........
Donna.......Howard......Nancy....I will let you name the rest......
South Dakota Primary '08
Results will begin at 8:00 PM CDT
2008 Election Information for MT.
Tuesday, June 3, 2008 - PRIMARY NOMINATING ELECTION
GretaWire has up a poll if you want to vote in it. I didn't care for the choices she put with Clinton.
Warner is the Gov. in Virginia and Omalley is from Maryland. If she would have put Rendell or Gen. Clark with Clinton it would have been a better poll.
Obama.......You count them..my power went out for 2 hours..and I really don't care who goes for Obama because I will be voting McCain in November.
CNN: California Rep. Maxine Waters flips from Clinton to Obama
–House Members: California Rep. Maxine Waters, South Carolina Rep. John Spratt, Michigan Rep. Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick*, Massachusetts Rep. John Olver, South Carolina Rep. Clyburn, Kansas Rep. Moore.
–DNC supers: Florida’s Diane Glasser*, California’s Kamil Hasan, D.C.’s Ben Johnson, New York’s Ralph Dawson, Michigan’s Joyce Lalonde*, Michigan DNC members Debbie Dingell* and Rick Wiener,* Maine’s Jennifer Dechant, Massachusetts’ Deb Kozikowski, Maryland’s Belkis (Bel) Leong-Hong.
–State legislators: Ohio House Democratic Leader Joyce Beatty, Missouri Rep. Maria Chappelle-Nadal.
–Others: Mississippi Party Vice Chair Carnelia Fondren, Michigan Party Vice Chair Tina Abbott.*
Plus: Three Delaware superdelegates announce for Obama.
And: Obama camp announces all of Edwards elected delegates in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, as well as 10 of his 13 Florida delegates are now backing Obama.
Obama campaign count: 10 delegates to go for the nomination.*Michigan, Florida supers get half a vote.
Spending on campaign ads reaches almost $195 million; Obama outspends GOP candidates combined
From USA Today/Gallup poll:
Obama 47, McCain 44
Clinton 49, McCain 43
Error margin: 4 points. Read more here.
Corbett has a new piece up on his page...Grow Up And Make A Difference
His show will air 3-7pm EST.
This is worth watching again......