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The only way I can see McCain winning is if Nader splits the democratic vote like he usually does. Ugh!
Some day, we might see a higher vote count for the Libertarians. If they could run a national-level candidate with enough backing--somebody with a lot of charisma and money--we could see a real change. Until that happens...
Originally posted by scarlett1125
Of course, I was an Edwards supporter from the start, so I admit that my opinion on this matter is somewhat biased.
We may see Edwards become Obama's running mate. If Edwards tracks well in the polls, he might have a shot at it. If he appears to be taking away Hillary's mojo, you'll see a ground swell in his favor. So, the question is, can an Obama - Edwards ticket beat John McCain?
Hi, Don. What did you think of the West Virginia primary, and what is your projection for Kentucky? 67% is a good win for anyone, regardless of party.
When, where, and how does Hillary Clinton leave the race? Seems pretty obvious to me that she's going to finish it, no matter what. Will she fight for the VP nomination?
Seems clear to me that Hillary is gambling that she can soak up just enough delegates to prevent Obama from getting the 2025 he needs for the nomination.
What exactly does the rules committee do? It sounds like the body that would deal with the Primary's that were canceled due to conflicting dates. My position on Hillary possible VP candidacy hasn't changed.