Final Ohio Primary Results - Clinton and McCain

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McCain is now the Republican nominee.  He swept all 4 primaries yesterday and Mike Huckabee has now stepped down.On the Democratic side, here are the final details from the Ohio Primary:Hillary Clinton won with 1,207,000 votes (54%).  Barack Obama had 979,000 votes or 44%.  Clinton will get 62 delegates and Obama will get 46.Note that Obama still holds more overall delegates in the race for the nomination...but Clinton is closing the gap and she has announced that she'll stay in the race.Read Full Story

Hillary Clinton and John McCain win Ohio

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Early results are in and John McCain and Hillary Clinton have secured wins in Ohio today.McCain now has more than enough delegates to win the GOP nomination. Mike Huckabee has officially dropped out of the race.Hillary Clinton will continue to battle Barack Obama for the Democratic spot.  Obama leads Clinton in total delegates, but Clinton has won several large states and feels that she still has a shot at victory.Read Full Story

CNN reporting slight Clinton lead in Ohio

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Too early to call it, but CNN has Hillary Clinton in the lead with only a few pricincts reporting in.  Expect delays before the final results are released -- many of the voting locations ran out of ballots because of high voter turnout.Read Full Story

Obama campaigns for Ohio Primary, hoping for strong results

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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) departs a room filled with an overflow crowd before speaking at a campaign event at Westerville Central High School March 2, 2008 in Westerville, Ohio. Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton square off in a pivotal primary series this coming Tuesday with votes being held in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island and Vermont. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images North America)Read Full Story

Former President Clinton Campaigns For Hillary In Ohio

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Former President Clinton Campaigns For Hillary In Ohio A woman holds up a sign as Former President Bill Clinton, husband of Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY), speaks at Harding High School February 29, 2008 in Marion, Ohio. Clinton was in the state campaigning for his wife ahead of the March 4 primary . (Photo by Eric Thayer/Getty Images North America)Read Full Story