Texas Democratic Caucus Results – 2:30 A.M.: Obama Wins

Here are the results as of 2:30 A.M. with 34% reporting (I suspsect the media will call it soon, but I’m confident in my Obama call).  Remember, these are state delegates, not actual votes:

  1. Obama 19,197 55%
  2. Clinton 15,480 45%
  3. Uncommitted 32 0%

Done Reporting,

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10 Responses to “Texas Democratic Caucus Results – 2:30 A.M.: Obama Wins”

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  3. claire benson Says:

    Well, I guess the need to report the results of all the caucuses is not needed. Is that because of his overwhelming win, or because with all precincts being tallied for the caucus, the press will have to deal with the question: if one has to vote in the primary to vote in the caucus, what’s up with the primary “win” for Hillary????? The Republicans were urged to cross party lines in that primary in order to get Hillary Clinton as the nominee for president. Why? they can beat her, not obama. some say the heavy cross over was intended just to keep the dems spending their campaign funds to oppose each other, leaving less money for the race against McCain. But given the huge disparity between Mc Cain’s ability to raise such money, and the dem candidates, is that really relevant?

  4. Okumba Oduor Achollah Says:

    I believe Sen. Obama will win Texas caucus. Obama will win also in primary and caucus in: Wyoming, Mississipi, but tough battle with Sen. Clinton in Pennsyvania, virginia and Indiana.

  5. inkslwc Says:

    West Virginia. He already won Virginia in the “Potomac Primaries.”

  6. Martial Says:

    What’s the final result of the causus in Texas and the delegates count for Texas please?

  7. inkslwc Says:

    https://inkslwc.wordpress.com/2008/03/08/final-results-for-the-wyoming-democratic-caucus-obama-won/

    Obama 61%
    Clinton 38%

    We won’t know the final Texas delegate count until after their state convention at the end of the month.

  8. Janna Says:

    I have a simple question to all. Does Obama will caucus vs. McCain if he is nominated? It seems to me he is generally looses primaries but win in caucuses.

  9. inkslwc Says:

    Janna, what are you asking?

  10. Humphery Says:

    its very nice and amazing

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