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Saturday, February 09, 2008
Barack Obama has been declared the winner of the Louisiana primary and Nebraska and Washington state caucuses. He'll likely win two out of the three delegates from the Virgin Islands, too, according to NBC News. That means Barack wins the headline wars, and he puts himself firmly ahead in pledged delegates, putting all the more pressure on the supers.

Mike Huckabee won Kansas and Louisiana, in what could be a message from red state Republicans to John McCain (or a message from red state evangelicals to Mike Huckabee...) Either way, Huck helped further make the case for himself as John McCain's running mate tonight.

Maine votes tomorrow, followed by Maryland, Washington D.C. and Virginia on Tuesday.

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