Yesterday was the New Hampshire Primary Here are the results:
Here is the Delegate Count
McCain was the big winner yesterday. there is one question left for him: Where does he go from here? McCain must win Michigan to stay in serious contention. same goes for Romney. Barring a virtual tie some one will be out by next Wednesday. both can pull off a win in South Carolina with a Michigan Victory. Guliani's campaign has been run in a manor that is monumentally stupid. Thompson has no currant shot. If Huckabee wins Michigan he will be the nominee. Rankings:
Richardson has dropped out. The nomination is looking like an Obama - Clinton Race. If Edwards drops out it secures the nomination for Obama. New Hampshire was not a Clinton win it was a stalemate. Obama only lost by 2 points , the 2 split the delegates evenly, Obama gave a better speech and most convincingly Obama wore down Hillary's money. Obama leads in the cash race 40 Mil to Clinton's 15 Mil. if Obama wins Nevada he wins the nomination, that's not the case for Clinton. Rankings:
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