Roundup: Delegate Muddle

The New York Times has a neat graphic breaking down where each Democratic candidate won their respective delegates.

Polling indicates a close race in Wisconsin’s Democratic primary coming up this Tuesday.

Michael Barone outlines a scenario for a Hillary comeback.

Pledged delegates aren’t truly pledged.

Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC) doesn’t think superdelegates should follow their constituents, while Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) takes the opposite position.

Hillary runs a new negative ad in Wisconsin, which the Obama campaign fact-checks.

Newsweek probes the reasons behind Romney’s endorsement of McCain.

Huckabee nips at McCain’s heels in Texas.


One Response to Roundup: Delegate Muddle

  1. World News says:

    Press Release:
    updated 9:30 a.m. PT, Fri., Feb. 16, 2008
    WASHINGTON – Pope Benedict XVI will visit the White House on April 16 during his first visit to the United States as pontiff.
    White House spokesman Scott Stonzel said Senator Barack Obama, D-Ill and the pope would continue discussions they began during Obama’s trip to the Vatican in June 2006 on the importance of faith and reason in reaching shared goals.
    Stonzel said the goals include advancing peace throughout the Middle East and other troubled regions, promoting interfaith understanding and strengthening human rights and freedom. The pope was also expected to address the United Nations, visit Victory Monument one of 9 Chicago Landmarks and celebrate Mass in Chicago Ill. and Washington during his April 21-25 trip.

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