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Aid me in my nail-biting. [Tuesday, Feb. 5th, 2008|06:07 pm]
The richest girl in town.
The talking heads on MSNBC are annoying me.

So, what website should I be refreshing every 30 seconds for the rest of the night?
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[User Picture]From: fightingwords
2008-02-06 02:16 am (UTC)

The Bradley Effect.

It's so interesting to see what happens in caucuses versus primaries. Obama's kicking ass in... Kansas? Who knew?
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From: oblomova
2008-02-06 02:39 am (UTC)

Re: The Bradley Effect.

Well, his mother is from Kansas and he had the governor's endorsement, so I'm not too surprised by that one.

Missouri is pissing me off. But then, that's happened before.
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[User Picture]From: fightingwords
2008-02-06 02:53 am (UTC)

Re: The Bradley Effect.

Yeah, but even with endorsements from major Dems in MA, Obama's lost it to Clinton.
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From: oblomova
2008-02-06 02:56 am (UTC)

Re: The Bradley Effect.

Well, given how far behind he was there just a couple weeks ago, that he's pulled this close is pretty amazing. And really, we won't know squat til the delegate counts are in -- the statewide stuff is more for PR. Which is important, but it doesn't mean the game's over tonight.

Also, glad to see that he pulled very strongly in Georgia with white voters. (Haven't looked at the Alabama numbers yet.) Suck on THAT, Bill Clinton!
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[User Picture]From: vertexnormal
2008-02-06 04:26 am (UTC)
Daily Kos usually has the best insight and analysis too.

Im soooo glad Obama is on top, all Clinton needed to do was stop his momentum and she failed.

Also glad to see McCain lagging a bit too, the Republican side is wide open right now.
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[User Picture]From: dahled
2008-02-06 02:16 am (UTC)
i generally go with CNN.com or NPR.com... but maybe it's just my thing with acronyms
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[User Picture]From: kraquehaus
2008-02-06 02:21 am (UTC)
news.google.com has a thingimabob in the upper right.
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[User Picture]From: dahled
2008-02-06 02:42 am (UTC)
that's a good one
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[User Picture]From: doppmonster
2008-02-06 04:25 am (UTC)
If you haven't already seen the twittervision mashup, it's pretty entertaining to watch tech heads across the world snarking about candidates...

http://maps.google.com/maps/mpl?moduleurl=http://www.google.com/mapfiles/mapplets/elections/2008/primary/primaries.xml&utm_campaign=en&utm_source=en-ha-na-us-google-mp&utm_term=decision2008

I'm really struggling over here because my DLS internet is painfully slow... probably because everyone else is attempting the same thing. CNN's been my resource when the web's up, though, because they have good graphic representations of delegate counts, which have been otherwise hard to find.
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[User Picture]From: jette
2008-02-06 05:07 am (UTC)
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[User Picture]From: liquid_siftings
2008-02-06 05:23 am (UTC)
Missouri is going to flip back to Obama - he's caught up in the popular vote, and it looks like the remaining precincts are all trending towards Obama.
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