What did happen in Nevada, are any of us really sure yet?
Both of the Democratic front-runners, Clinton and Obama, are claiming victory. Hillary is claiming the popular vote and Barack is claiming he received more delegates. Along with this disagreement, there are allegations of shenanigans at caucus locations -- particularly in Clark County.
The Washington Post reports:
Aides for Sen. Barack Obama, who lost the first-in-the-West contest, announced they would ask the state Democratic Party to review reports that Clinton caucus organizers had sought to block entry to certain sites a half hour before the official deadline, as outlined in a Clinton campaign caucus manual.
Obama officials said they weren't contesting Clinton's victory and were seeking the review to prevent confusion in future caucuses. But Obama campaign lawyer Bob Bauer said the early closing times appeared to have had a "clear-cut disenfranchising effect."
I have always loved gardening ... growing things. In Oregon I had an herb garden, grew vegetables and had outstanding flowers. Here in Hawaii, we live in a townhouse and have absolutely no place to plant anything -- even if it wasn't against the rules. This leaves me with clean fingernails, but no communing with mother earth. I have been looking for ways to garden without having a plot of earth to garden in.
-- originally posted 2008-01-10 06:48:07 -1100: - bumped so folks can post related info that they find note Avahome's additional comment below about Homeland Security and tightening requirements for getting a driver's license-- cho
by avahome and roxy
A little article in the Toledo Blade gives one pause ... The article is not long, but though sparse on words it speaks volumes. On Monday it seems there was a little "glitch" with the server at the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators. This server is actually a service allowing states to access federal databases as part of the verification process when issuing any state ID cards.
In his Dec. 31st entry Best Bet for Next President: Prediction Markets Justin Wolfers offers an interesting analysis on the political climate going into the primaries.
According to Wolfers, in the "general election, the markets are titling strongly pro-Democratic, ranking them a 61% chance of taking the White House." This would seem to indicate that Bush is not just a lame duck president, the GOP is a lame duck party.
from our not-so-scientific polling on ...
Hillary Clinton 5%
Chris Dodd 5%
John Edwards 45%
Barack Obama 23%
Bill Richardson 0%
Dennis Kuchinich 9%
Joe Biden 0%
Haven't got a clue ... 14%
From this sampling it would appear the front runners are: Edwards, Obama and Haven't got a clue. Will Edwards walk away with an early win in Iowa?
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