Hillary Wins Close Race in Texas, Rhode Island and Ohio, Obama Wins Vermont

RI (98% reporting) Clinton 58, Obama 40
TX PRIMARY (99% reporting) Clinton 51, Obama 48
TEXAS CAUCUS (5% reporting) Obama 52, Clinton 48
OH (92% reporting) Clinton 54, Obama 44
VT (93% reporting) Obama 60, Clinton 38


Updates from Open Left:

Texas margin stagnant: I've noticed that Clinton's lead in Texas has been stuck at in the 50,000s for a loooong time. Obama doesn't seem to be making up any ground, but he isn't losing any ground, either. Also, this will be the ultimate test of the caucus vs. primary difference between the two candidates.


Maybe Clinton can win the Texas primary: Austin and Dallas have reported a majority of their precincts now, and yet Clinton's lead continues to slowly eek forward. Maybe she can win the primary popular vote after all.


Most cities yet to report: CNN has some great maps of Ohio and Texas that show which counties have yet to report. Generally speaking, the major cities are the places with the most outstanding votes. Cayuhuga (Cleveland) and Hamilton (Cincinnati) have 0% reporting. Dallas (where Obama lead by 30%) is at 4% reporting, Houston (where Obama leads by 24%) is at 1% reporting, and Austin (where Obama leads by 30%) is at 9% reporting. Obama also holds large leads in the counties directly surrounding those cities, and those counties have also reported few votes so far. Clinton is up by 9% in San Antonio, which is at 3% reporting.

Overall, I think Clinton looks set to win Ohio, while Obama looks set to win Texas.


RI (98% reporting) Clinton 58, Obama 40
TX PRIMARY (66% reporting) Clinton 50, Obama 48
TEXAS CAUCUS (5% reporting) Obama 56, Clinton 44
OH (82% reporting) Clinton 56, Obama 42
VT (83% reporting) Obama 60, Clinton 38

Bush to endorse McCain at the White House. Read about it here.

-AH via CNN
8:09 PST


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