Obama Wins Mississippi

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Barack, Hillary, Mississippi

The networks just called it…

MSNBC’s Chuck Todd is crunching the math right now on the air. If Obama gets 63% or more he’ll net nine delegates. If he gets less than that, he’s still likely to net seven — which, again, would equal Hillary’s March 4th gains.

And on the “Commander in Chief threshold” meme?

According to numbers shown on Fox News, Obama holds a solid 10 point lead over Hillary on who voters think is qualified to be “commander-in-chief,” 53%-43%.

So much for momentum…


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2 Responses to “Obama Wins Mississippi”

  1. mw Says:

    Before Mississippi – only PA matters to this race.
    After Mississippi – only PA matters to this race.

  2. TerenceC Says:

    PA doesn’t mater at all except to keep this farce rolling along for the media clowns – it’s over with or without PA and Billary lost. The only things that matter right now are MI And FL – that could tip the popular vote in her favor = she can’t win on the delegate count. The fat lady hasn’t sung yet but she outta’…………..

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