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John Edwards is ending his presidential race today. How it affects the Democratic race is anyone's guess -- though it's likely not to have a major impact. The truth is that Edwards didn't have a lot of support left in the Super Tuesday states...
Barack Obama has won a huge victory tonight
over Hillary Clinton -- so much so that he apparently will go
over 50% and Clinton will finish far closer to Edwards than the winner. Assuming Clinton holds second, no matter how far back she is, tonight's...
With about two thirds of the precincts counted, Clinton has a narrow 50%-45% lead over Obama, with Edwards way back at 5%. The CNN entrance poll , if accurate, also indicates that Clinton is headed to a single-digit win. If the lead holds up, she gets...
Why John Edwards knows how to close a campaign -- the Tote Board's take.
With 96 hours to go, the Democratic race in Iowa is obviously very tight. What are the factors that could break it open for any of the top three? Clinton: In the final stretch run, last-minute voters decide to go with experience and electability and women...
A new MSNBC Iowa poll , if accurate,
contains a new development. In the Democratic race, the three top
contenders are virtually even, according to the poll. But, when the second choices of
Kucinich, Biden, Dodd, and Richardson voters are factored in ...
This morning's latest numbers from the respected Des Moines Register poll, which voters in Iowa pay attention to: Obama: 28 Clinton: 25 Edwards: 23 Huckabee 29 Romney: 24 Giuliani: 13 The signficance: -- Romney is in trouble in Iowa. That isn't...
This week's column looks at why Hillary Clinton remains the strong favorite to do well in January and progress to the nomination.
new ABC/Washington Post poll has Obama ahead for the first time in Iowa
since a Newsweek poll showed him with a similar lead in September. The results for the top three: Obama 30% Clinton 26% `` Edwards 22% The main import of the poll -- besides giving...
The Tote Board's preview of tonight's debate.
Drudge has word that the New York Times will release new surveys in Iowa and New Hampshire tomorrow showing: IOWA Clinton 25% Edwards 23% Obama 22% NEW HAMPSHIRE Clinton 37% Obama 22% Edwards 9% Edwards was in serious danger of getting written out of...
for Sensible Priorities" -- a group that claims it can send almost
10,000 adherents to the caucuses -- has endorsed John Edwards. A quote from the ABC dispatch: "There's a rhetoric gap with Obama," executive director Peggy...
The latest Tote Board take on John Edwards's new ad -- "Heroes."
Here's the Tote Board's morning after take on the debate .
There will undoubtedly be plenty
of analysis in the morning. And, as we noted before the debate, this
event should be judged in tandem with the next debate in mid-November,
with an eye towards seeing which Democrat emerges in Iowa and New
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