January 12, 2008

Delegate counts and why Edwards isn't out yet

The WaPo has an article up about Edwards and the play going forward. To be honest, the thing is overwrought and over concerned about South Carolina and Nevada. However, it does point out that Edwards is not someone that can be ignored. Why? Because this isn't going to end in South Carolina or Nevada. Not by a long shot.

Keep one thing in mind... delegates will decide the nominee and right now Edwards is 5 behind Clinton and 6 behind Obama. Two contests down, and no one has even had a big screw up yet. Needless to say, much can change and, if things keep progressing as they have then my theory about Texas playing a far more substantial role could become reality.

Wouldn't it be funny if the D nomination came down to a state that hasn't voted for a Democratic candidate for President since 1976? Oh, how things change.

Posted by mcblogger at January 12, 2008 05:57 PM

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