Here’s the deal on the primary/caucus action happening today and into this evening, story from MyWay:
WASHINGTON (AP) – Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton competed for Democratic convention delegates across three states on Saturday, locked in a landmark struggle for the party’s presidential nomination.
A total of 158 delegates was at stake in the Louisiana primary and caucuses in Nebraska and Washington. Caucuses in the Virgin Islands offered three more.
Clinton began the day with a slender delegate lead in The Associated Press count. She had 1,045 delegates to 960 for Obama. A total of 2,025 is required to win the nomination at the party convention in Denver.
Republican contests in Louisiana, Kansas and Guam provided John McCain a chance to advance closer to the 1,191 delegates he needs to make his nomination official.
We’ll have results later this evening in a new post once things wrap up.
For the Democrats:
Louisiana, Nebraska, Washington, US Virgin Islands
Kansas, Louisiana, Washington
Source: Full Primary/Caucus Schedule
Results tonight as Obama and Clinton battle it out and McCain continues to pick up more support. Looking for a Huckabee upset in the south perhaps.