McCain clinches nomination, by the way

Clinton had something of another "New Hampshire" moment yesterday night after she took three of four primaries - Texas, Ohio, and Rhode Island - to remain in the race for the Democratic nomination. Obama secured Vermont.

Clinton had something of another “New Hampshire” moment last night after she took three of four primaries – Texas, Ohio, and Rhode Island – to remain in the race for the Democratic nomination. Obama secured Vermont.

Like the media coverage preceding the New Hampshire primary, which Clinton won despite expectations that a loss would knock her out of the race, Clinton quelled some talk about her dropping out and even did well enough yesterday to suggest she would allow Obama to be her running mate. Obama had to concede that she's a candidate that “keeps on ticking.”

Now, as oft noted in the coverage today, Pennsylvanians will get a chance to be in the national spotlight with their primary on April 22. Everyone likes a winner of course, but maybe even more, they enjoy a good horse race.

McCain, as expected, rolled up the nomination. Huckabee had tried valiantly to keep the GOP race competitive, but was finally forced out last night when McCain secured victories in all four states.

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