AP Election News HEADLINES
Barack Obama's decisive victories over Hillary Clinton on Tuesday in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C., combined to inch him into the lead for Democratic convention delegates as he stretched his winning streak to eight in a row.
Barack Obama leads Hillary Clinton in South Carolina, where their increasingly bitter rivalry has opened a deep racial divide among Democrats days before the partys first primary in the South on Saturday, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll.
Hillary Clinton marched across the Northeast and border South on Tuesday, winning state after state with a coalition of women, older voters andmoderates, but Barack Obama scored his own string of victories across the country.
Arizona Sen. John McCain swept to easy victories in the Northeast and industrial Midwest Tuesday, amassing delegates in what he hoped would be a Super Tuesday march to the Republican presidential nomination.
Senators John McCain of Arizona and Barack Obama of Illinois hold identical six percentage point leads in Georgia over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll.
Buoyed by strong support among Hispanic voters, New York Sen. Hillary Clinton enjoys a 9-point lead over Illinois Sen. Barack Obama heading into Tuesday's California Democratic primary, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll.
New York Sen. Hillary Clinton leads Illinois Sen. Barack Obama among Missouri Democratic voters, and Arizona Sen. John McCain is ahead among Republicans, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll.
Republican John McCain leads in all four corners of the country heading into a rush of primaries on Tuesday, while Democrats Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama were locked in a close struggle for delegates coast to coast, according to a new series of McClatchy-MSNBC polls.
John McCain and Mike Huckabee are neck and neck heading into Saturdays Republican primary in South Carolina, where the outcome could hinge on a bloc of undecided evangelical voters, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll. And a little more than week before South Carolina Democrats vote Jan. 26, Barack Obama led Hillary Clinton by 9 points, with John Edwards far behind in his native state. The poll, by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, was taken Monday through Wednesday and has an error margin of plus or minus 5 percentage points.
Barack Obama leads Hillary Clinton a little more than a week before the South Carolina Democratic primary, as the state's large African-American population moves solidly behind him, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll.
John McCain and Mike Huckabee are neck and neck heading into Saturdays Republican primary in South Carolina, where the outcome could hinge on a bloc of undecided evangelical voters, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll.
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