“Huge night,” said Terry McAuliffe as he walked out of the ballroom, ticking off the states won by Hillary Clinton.
“How about Massachusetts?” he said.
When asked if that win represented a measure of revenge against the Kennedys who had endorsed Obama, McAuliffe said, “We don’t get into revenge. We’re not about that. But let’s Read More
It turns out that at the Obama overflow party B there is a party C, sort of–in the basement! These kids party! We were alerted to this latest Obama party by insane screaming and hollering, set off by…
Kansas? Delegates? California exits? Obamatinis?(Did I mention there were Obamatinis?) I don’t know why everyone is Read More
McCain in his speech, which was delivered just as the California results were starting to come in: “We are the front-runners for the Republican nomination for President of the United States.” Does he have a hunch about how the Golden State is heading?
After all their expectation lowering, and semi-private worrying, Hillary Clinton’s campaign had a very good night.
“Thank you so much, thank you,” said Clinton from the podium in the center of a ballroom here tonight.
“Tonight we are hearing the voices of people across America,” said Clinton, adding that she had been selected by Read More
A New York Republican recounts how he wound up voting for Hillary Clinton by accident. [AdAge]
David Plouffe call Hillary Clinton’s acceptance of an invitation to debate on Fox News a “tactic out of the second tier congressional campaign playbook.” [Swampland]
Massachusetts college-age voters went to Hillary. [HuffPost]
Some Read More
With tallies still outstanding from California and a few other states, NBC has Barack Obama leading the day’s pledged delegate county, 594-546. (Slightly closer than the Obama campaign’s reported estimate.)
On the Republican side, the numbers are less clear, but NBC is predicting that John McCain will receive between 400 and 600 today, while Read More
Hillary Clinton appears to have won four delegates in Representative Jerrold Nadler’s district, a liberal area of the city where Barack Obama was expected to do very well and maybe even win.
According to Nadler, who was walking through the ballroom of Clinton’s party here at the Manhattan Center on 34th street, with Read More
Hillary Clinton is all on the TVs here–they can’t turn her off as they did on New Hampshire primary night. The booing here at Obama party A is heartfelt and loud. (She’s speaking incredibly well, by the way.)
Unfortunately a table of guys were hooting and hollering for a WDR cameraman (from somewhere foreign) Read More
After a slow start in the Northeast, Barack Obama is racking up state victories. He has finally been declared the winner in Connecticut, and also Delaware, Kansas, Utah. He also seems poised for wins in North Dakota, Idaho, Minnesota, and Colorado. Earlier, he won his home state of Illinois and Georgia and Alabama in the Read More
To raucous cheers, Mitt Romney just boasted that he’s now won all of the states in which he has lived: “Michigan, Massachusetts and Utah.”
He didn’t mention New Hampshire, where he is a part-time resident (a summer home in Wolfeboro) and where he lost the Republican primary to John McCain.