CNN Reports: "Obama comes in first in Texas caucuses" / Obama will win more total Texas delegates

Obama wins Mississippi primary; Texas caucus win estimated
www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/03/11/miss.primary/index.html?section=cnn_latest
CNNPolitics.com / ElectionCenter2008 / Tue March 11, 2008

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Story Highlights
Mississippi Democrats divide on racial lines, exit polls indicate
Obama wins Mississippi by a wide margin
Obama comes in first in Texas caucuses
Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office reports light to moderate turnout

(CNN) — Sen. Barack Obama claimed victory by a wide margin over Sen. Hillary Clinton in Mississippi’s Democratic primary Tuesday.

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Pennsylvania is the next battleground for the Democrats. It holds its primary April 22 and has 158 delegates at stake.

Obama also finished first in the Texas Democratic caucuses. The caucuses were held last week, but the race was not called until Tuesday night.

Obama will get more delegates out of the state than Clinton, who won the state’s primary.

Under the Texas Democratic Party’s complex delegate selection plan, Texas voters participated in both a primary and caucuses last week.

Two-thirds of the state’s 193 delegates were at stake at the primary, while the remaining third were decided by the caucuses.

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Hillary won the Texas Primary; but Obama will win the Texas Caucuses, and, Obama will win the overall victory in the total Texas Delegates

Texas awards a total of 193 delegates: 126 delegates based on the Primary, and 67 based on the Caucuses.

Hillary won the Texas Primary on March 4th – there were 126 delegates at stake; Hillary won 65 delegates, and Obama won 61 delegates.

Obama will win the Texas caucus results (official Democratic party results expected March 29), and there are 67 delegates from the caucuses at stake.

The overall result will be that Obama will win the state of Texas in overall delegates.

What if the national media headlines on the morning after the four March 4th Democratic contests,…

instead of: “Hillary wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island; Obama wins Vermont,”

had been: “Obama wins Texas and Vermont; Hillary wins Ohio and Rhode Island”…

…would the Democratic presidential race still have continued on now to Pennsylvania, April 22, or,

would there be more pressure from within the Democratic Party for Hillary to end her campaign ???

Steve Lefemine
Columbia Christians for Life
PO Box 50358, Columbia, SC
(803) 765-0916
www.ChristianLifeandLiberty.net
www.RighttoLifeActofSC.net
www.LefemineForLife.net
March 13, 2008
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BOTH HILLARY CLINTON AND BARACK OBAMA ARE PRO-ABORTION, HEALTH CARE SOCIALISTS:
(Hillary’s husband Bill is a CFR member, former Trilateral Commission member, and Bilderberger)

Hillary Clinton on abortion:
http://asp.usatoday.com/news/politics/election2008/issues.aspx?i=9&c=2
Barack Obama on abortion:
http://asp.usatoday.com/news/politics/election2008/issues.aspx?i=9&c=12
Hillary Clinton on healthcare / mandatory “Hillarycare”:
http://asp.usatoday.com/news/politics/election2008/issues.aspx?i=3&c=2
Barack Obama on healthcare:
http://asp.usatoday.com/news/politics/election2008/issues.aspx?i=3&c=12

Biblical Standards for Choosing Civil Magistrates – by William Einwechter, July 7, 2004
Vision Forum Ministries
www.visionforumministries.org/issues/ballot_box/biblical_standards_for_choosin.aspx

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