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Every Vote Counts

Missouri was one of Super Tuesday's big GOP delegate prizes.

194,304 - McCain (33%)
185,627 - Huckabee (32%)

And get this: More than 26,000 people voted for Ron Paul.


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Alan Orfi:

This may go down as the state that clinched the nomination for McCain. A Huckabee win here would have vaulted him way ahead of Romney as far as second-place status. Now he'll have a much harder time getting Mitt to quit.

The media rino fix may have... (Below threshold)

The media rino fix may have worked? but this is far from over.

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No it isn't.

26,000 certifiable wacko's ... (Below threshold)

26,000 certifiable wacko's in Missouri??? Wow.

Clancy,They like t... (Below threshold)


They like their gange in Missouri! Yes, there are that many wackos in Missouri, but 26K is only the number that got out to vote.

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sean nyc/aa:


MILITARY DONORS FAVOR ANTIWAR CANDIDATES: Individuals in the Army, Navy and Air Force made those branches of the armed services among the top contributors in the 4th Quarter, ranking No. 13, No. 18 and No. 21, respectively. In 2007, Republican Ron Paul, who opposes U.S. involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, was the top recipient of money from donors in the military, collecting at least $212,000 from them. Barack Obama, another war opponent, was second with about $94,000.

My take is that individuals in the armed forces are probably pretty apolitical (or at least not political enough to bother donating). But clearly the stats about where their donations have gone thus far says volumes, doesn't it?






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