David Kirkpatrick

February 4, 2008

More Tsunami Tuesday runup

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , — David Kirkpatrick @ 4:48 pm

McCain expects to wrap up the GOP nomination tomorrow.

From the article:

“From what we see in the polls, there is a very good chance it could be over on Tuesday,” said the Arizona senator, adding: “The sooner we get that done, the sooner I can go to work on uniting the party.”

Bob Novak opines Hillary won’t be the Democratic nominee when the sun rises Wednesday despite a front-loaded primary system created by Terry McAuliffe to help Clinton.

He writes:

There is no mathematical possibility of Super Tuesday balloting in 22 states for 1,681 delegates — labeled the first ”national” primary — giving either Clinton or Sen. Barack Obama close to the 2,025 delegates necessary for nomination. That unexpected reality is produced by Obama’s appeal, Clinton fatigue and extreme proportional representation adopted by the Democratic Party.

Republicans are ready to crown Sen. John McCain as their nominee. Democrats will still be battling.

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