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The W - Current Events & Politics - McCain, Clinton win Florida
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McCain   689,300 36.0%
Romney 593,028 31.0%
Giuliani 279,873 14.6%
Huckabee 258,290 13.5%
Paul 61,759 3.2%
Thompson 22,110 1.2%
Keyes 3980 0.21%
Hunter 2770 0.15%
Tancredo 1542 0.08%

Looks like Crist picked the right horse. Barring a disastrous debate tonight, it'd be hard to not see McCain coming out the nominee.
Clinton   854,089 49.7%
Obama 567,356 33.0%
Edwards 247,668 14.4%
Biden 15,372 0.89%
Richardson 14,727 0.86%
Kucinich 9507 0.56%
Dodd 5379 0.31%
Gravel 5236 0.30%

But it doesn't count! (Unless you're Clinton ;-) )

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McCain is definitely the undisputed frontrunner at this point.

What will be interesting though is how many delegates he takes next Tuesday. A lot of the big states in play are not winner-take-all states, and there are plenty of states where Huckabee or Romney can expect to mount strong showings. McCain will likely win pluralities in a lot of the states, but I wouldn't be shocked to see this still be a race after Feb. 5 due to the way the delegates shake out. If after Tuesday Romney looks at the map and sees he might be able to take it to the convention maybe he keeps running, and Huckabee might keep going seeing that if it is still in play his delegates could give him a big say in the convention setup/platform/tenor of things.

Or McCain will romp and take everything. That could happen too. :)

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Democratic delegates to date (including superdelegates):

Clinton: 232
Obama: 158
Edwards: 62

(2,025 needed for majority)

Republican delegates to date (including unpledged):

McCain: 97
Romney: 74
Huckabee: 29
Paul: 6
Giuliani: 2
Thompson: 0

(1,191 needed for majority)

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I agree with that. I was responding to the expressed sentiment (not by you) that somehow the federal government is stopping the states from dealing with this in an effective manner.
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