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Thread: New Hampshire Primaries come to an end; precincts start reporting

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    Default New Hampshire Primaries come to an end; precincts start reporting

    So far I see that Clinton is ahead 37% to Obama's 35% with 6% of precincts reporting. What are your predictions? McCain has a fairly established lead already.
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    Obama and McCain.
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    9% of precincts reporting:

    Clinton 38%
    Obama 36%
    Edwards 17%

    McCain 37%
    Romney 28%
    Huckabee 12%
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    mine say Clinton 38, Obama 36, and McCain has a lead for the repubs

    it's still very early though so I'm not getting any of my hopes up (for clinton)

    edit: it just changed to Clinton and Obama both at 37

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    Yes, I believe both Edwards and Clinton led for some time in Iowa as well.
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    Clinton 37%
    Obama 36%
    Edwards 16%

    9% Reporting.

    I am really awaiting the outcome of this one.
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    It's a make or break for Clinton and there was a huge turnout which favors Obama.
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    now it says 39 clinton, 36 obama

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    My predictions

    Clinton and McCain take first
    Obama and Romney take second

    McCain is the projected winner!!
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    I say Obama and McCain take New Hampshire.

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    CNN is projecting McCain as the winner now.

    I hope Hillary can win NH.
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    I knew McCain would win NH. Clinton and Obama are so close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    I say Obama and McCain take New Hampshire.
    Obama has that believability and hope following him. I haven't felt this way about a politician since I started voting. I remember seeing him speak at the 2004 DNC committee I was in AWE!!
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    Can you guys tell me where you're getting your live results at? AOL was great and then the link broke. Thanks!
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    they're playing it on CNN, it's on cnn.com too

    right now clinton 40, obama 36

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