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Sunday, January 20, 2008

Clinton Wins Nevada!

Eh, no she didn't. I don't know if this is bias or more sloppy reporting by the AP, but Clinton won Nevada like Gore beat Bush in the 2000 Presidential Election.
WASHINGTON - Democrats Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama split the spoils in the Nevada caucuses in a race marred by late charges of dirty politics. Republicans John McCain and Mike Huckabee looked to South Carolina's nomination contest to offset rival Mitt Romney's win in Nevada.

Clinton captured the popular vote Saturday, but Obama edged her out for national convention delegates at stake, taking 13 to her 12.

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