February 5, 2008

ELECTION COVERAGE * BREAKING NEWS *

We're going to try and keep you up to date on tonight's primaries (mainly as a result of procrastination).

- - -
CNN's Projected Winners:

West Virginia (R only) - Huckabee
Illinois - Obama / McCain
Arizona - Clinton / McCain
New Jersey - Clinton / McCain
Massachusetts - Clinton / Romney
Deleware - Obama / McCain
Arkansas - Clinton / Huckabee
New York - Clinton / McCain
Connecticut - Obama / McCain
Oklahoma - Clinton / McCain
Alabama - Obama / Huckabee
Alaska - Obama / Romney
California - Clinton / McCain
Colorado - Obama / Romney
Georgia - Obama / Huckabee
Idaho (D only) - Obama
Kansas (D only) - Obama
Minnesota - Obama / Romney
Missouri - Obama / McCain
Montana (R only) - Romney
New Mexico (D ony) - Obama
North Dakota - Obama / Romney
Tennessee - Clinton / Huckabee
Utah - Obama / Romney

Huckabee = 5
McCain = 9
Romney = 6

Obama = 14
Clinton = 8


Of course, it doesn't necessarily go by number of primaries won. It goes by delegates:

Obama: 709
Clinton: 783

McCain: 559
Romney: 265
Huckabee: 169

10am on Wednesday

Figures according to CNN.com.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

OBAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

how could ANYONE vote for huckabee?!

Anonymous said...

dude stop covering elections. what do you think you are - cnn?

zack miler '10 said...

8:01-
Do you have a legitimate problem with mads covering the elections, or do you just feel like shitting on someone's decisions without having anyone know who you are?

Anonymous said...

dude, don't stop covering elections... WHO CARES?

Anonymous said...

8:01-
if the purpose of this blog is to "entertain and inform" what's the issue? seriously...elections are kind of a big deal.

Anonymous said...

thanks for putting all of the totals up!

Anonymous said...

Check your facts. McCain won Arizona, not Huckabee.

Anonymous said...

go hillary!

Matt Bourne said...

Yeah, why do you care if he's covering elections or not. If you don't like what's on this blog, just don't read it!