Please forward this e-mail to your lists and friends with contests in these 23 states - also send it to your state and federal legislators, to Democratic Party officials and members, and to reporters/editors, etc. in the media:
February 5th: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Utah
February 9th: Louisiana
BOTH HILLARY CLINTON AND BARACK OBAMA ARE PRO-ABORTION:
Hillary Clinton on abortion:
Barack Obama on abortion:
Obama leads Hillary (Jezebel) in Democratic delegates 63 to 48 from votes in 1st four states that count (IA, NH, NV, and SC)
Obama beat Hillary in delegate counts in 3 of 4 states (IA, NV, and SC), tied Hillary in NH
-Hillary won in NONE of these 4 states in delegate count from votes cast !
No delegates awarded from Primaries in Michigan and Florida because their state Democratic parties broke national party rules on setting their state's Primary date:
Michigan primary results
"... the Democratic contest, however, will not assign delegates because the national party punished the state for moving up its primary date."
Tally by vote totals (IA, NH, NV, SC):
By vote totals, of the first four state Democratic contests that count for delegates, Obama won two, and Hillary won two:
Obama won: Iowa (Jan 3); and South Carolina (Jan 19)
Hillary won: New Hampshire (Jan 8) and Nevada (Jan 19)
Tally by delegates awarded from voting results (IA, NH, NV, SC):
By delegates awarded from voting results, of the first four state Democratic contests that count for delegates, Obama won three, Hillary won none, and Obama and Hillary tied in one:
Obama won: Iowa (Jan 3); and Nevada (Jan 19); and South Carolina (Jan 19)
Hillary won: None
Obama and Hillary tied: New Hampshire (Jan 8)
State-by-State tally by delegates awarded from voting results (IA, NH, NV, SC):
Iowa: Obama - 16 delegates; Hillary - 15 delegates; Edwards - 14 delegates
New Hampshire: Hillary - 9 delegates; Obama - 9 delegates; Edwards - 4 delegates
Nevada: Obama - 13 delegates; Hillary - 12 delegates
South Carolina: Obama - 25 delegates; Hillary - 12 delegates; Edwards - 8 delegates
Total delegates from voting results in 1st four states that count (IA, NH, NV, SC):
Tallying after Obama's landslide victory over Hillary (Jezebel) in South Carolina (55% to 27%), ***Obama is beating Hillary 63 to 48 in the number of delegates awarded from the voting results alone in the 1st four states that count (2,025 total delegates are needed for the Democratic nomination):
Obama - 63 delegates ( 3% of the total of 2,025 needed to be nominated )
Hillary - 48 delegates ( 2% of the total of 2,025 needed to be nominated )
Edwards - 26 delegates (Edwards has withdrawn his candidacy)
*** Hillary's (Jezebel's) Devastating Defeat in SC Primary Jan. 26: Obama - 55%, Hillary - 27% "Overwhelming" / "landslide victory" / "first round knockout" / "astounding" / "historic" / "...Obama scored a wipeout win" / "...Barack Obama seized the momentum in the Democratic race for president Saturday, trouncing... Hillary Clinton by a 2-to-1 ratio amid record turnout in South Carolina's [Democratic] primary."
There are currently 4,049 total delegates to the Democratic National Convention, including 3,253 pledged delegates and 796 superdelegates. The total number of delegate votes needed to win the nomination is 2,025.
There are currently 2,380 total delegates to the Republican National Convention, including 1,917 pledged delegates and 463 unpledged delegates. The total number of delegate votes needed to win the nomination is 1,191.
Hillary dissembles (lies) on FOX TV, Sunday, February 3, 2008:
Hillary said in a televised interview on FOX TV yesterday that there have been six contests, and "I've won four of them."
Dissembling Hillary Lie # 1: There have only been FOUR contests (NOT six) that count for the Democratic Party's delegate count (Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina). The TWO contests in Michigan and Florida are not being counted because the national Democratic Party is punishing the state parties for moving their primary dates.
Dissembling Hillary Lie # 2: The Democratic candidates pledged not to campaign in Michigan and Florida, so it can hardly be called a legitimate "contest" that Hillary is counting the Michigan and Florida voting results when she says, "I've won four of them." What a joke.
Hillary did win the voter count in two states, New Hampshire and Nevada; HOWEVER, in termsof the number of delegates awarded from the votes cast, Hillary TIED Obama in New Hampshire,and Hillary LOST to Obama in Nevada.
So, whereas Hillary said on national TV Sunday that she had won 4 of 6 contests, when tallying by the all-important delegate count, she actually won in NONE OF THEM !________________________________________________
Poll: Obama erases Clinton's lead
Posted Sunday, February 3, 2008; Updated Monday, February 4, 2008
WASHINGTON The Democratic presidential race has become a cliffhanger as a new USA TODAY/Gallup Poll on Sunday showed Barack Obama wiping out Hillary Rodham Clinton's double-digit national lead just before coast-to-coast contests on Tuesday.
The pair stood at Clinton 45%, Obama 44% in the latest snapshot of the volatile race. Republican John McCain also surged in the poll, posting a decisive 42%-24% lead over Mitt Romney. Mike Huckabee trailed at 18%.
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