» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Talk +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Talk +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Talk +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Talk +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Talk +| Comments

Clinton and Obama Celebrate Feb. 5 Victories

Americans in 24 states went to the polls on Feb. 5 to cast ballots in the largest ever "Super Tuesday" election. Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama, the two Democratic frontrunners, cast votes in their home states and then awaited the results. Both candidates scored important victories.

Note: Please upgrade your Flash plug-in to view our enhanced content.

This Story
Clinton Lent Her Campaign $5 Million
Article | Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton announced yesterday that she had lent her campaign $5 million, a remarkable twist for a candidate who raised more than $100 million last year that came as she and Sen. Barack Obama continued to spar over which of them was the Democratic winner in coast-to-coast Super...
This Story
Democrats In 9 Races Cite Desire For Change
Article | More Democratic voters in nine key Super Tuesday states were motivated by a desire for change than by experience or electability, while Republican voters in seven of the nine primarily focused on the nation's sagging economy, according to network exit polls.
This Story
Clinton and Obama Trade Victories
Article | Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton won victories over Sen. Barack Obama in California, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York last night, giving her presidential campaign a crucial boost. But Obama countered by winning of a string of states, including the general election battleground of Missouri, in th...
This Story
Candidates Look Ahead to Potomac Primaries
Article | Republican Sen. John McCain moved closer to facing either of two Democratic senators, Hillary Rodham Clinton or Barack Obama, in November's presidential election after yesterday's Super Tuesday primaries and caucuses, but none of the candidates scored a decisive blow, and the campaigns' focus shi...
This Story
Democrats Choose Different Paths Toward Nomination
Article | Having battled on Super Tuesday to a virtual dead heat, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) and Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) are charting distinctly different paths to the Democratic nomination in a race so close it may not end until the party convention in late August.

Network News

X Profile
View More Activity
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Talk +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Talk +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Talk +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Talk +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Talk +| Comments
© 2008 The Washington Post Company