Sen. Barack Obama won the Wisconsin and Hawaiian primaries as expected, while McCain captured Washington and Wisconsin. McCain's name is now frequently preceded by the words “presumptive nominee.” His front-running status also means more donations are coming in.
Obama? Still in a tight fight with Clinton, though articles frequently note he has now won 10 primaries in a row. Indicative of the closeness of the Democratic race – the delegate count is about even – the Clinton and Obama camps are still squabbling over the accusation of plagiarism by Obama. Gov. Deval Patrack (D-MA), whose words Obama borrowed, has begun speaking out on national outlets about it.
With yesterday's results, media analysis now centers on Clinton's future: Will the Texas and Ohio primaries on March 4 be her latest comeback, or her undoing?
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