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Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Obama wins Delaware and Alabama; Clinton gets New Jersey

With 86% of the precincts reporting Delaware, Obama wins by a margin of 51% to 44%. In New Jersey, Clinton wins 57% to 41%.

In the South, Obama picks up Alabama also, 64% to 34% over Clinton.

Delegate counts remain close. But counting them precisely depends on how hard you squint, and who reports them. It's becoming increasingly clear that neither candidate will pull very far away from the other by the end of the evening.

View maps, graphs, and additional Super Tuesday headlines at Pacific NW Portal.


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