Wednesday, February 6, 2008 Last Update: 4:52 AM ET
All States
4:15 AM ET Calif. Colo. Ga. Ill. Mass. Minn. Mo. N.J. N.Y. Tenn.
Clinton 53% 32% 31% 33% 56% 32% 48% 54% 57% 54%
Obama 40 67 66 64 41 67 49 44 40 41
% Reporting 66% 99% 99% 97% 97% 81% 100% 99% 99% 100%
McCain 42% 19% 32% 47% 41% 22% 33% 55% 51% 31%
Romney 32 59 30 29 51 42 29 28 28 24
Huckabee 12 13 34 17 4 20 32 8 11 34
% Reporting 66% 95% 99% 97% 97% 82% 100% 99% 99% 100%
A.P. Delegate Count
Clinton 760
Obama 692
2,025 Needed
McCain 570
Romney 251
Huckabee 175
1,191 Needed

Clinton and Obama Trade Victories ; McCain Pulls Ahead of G.O.P. Rivals

Isaac Brekken for The New York Times

Senator John McCain and his wife, Cindy, in Phoenix on Tuesday night.

Support Divided, Top Democrats Trade Victories

Electoral Fight Will Continue for Weeks

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton won primaries in New York and New Jersey and captured the biggest prize of all, California, while Senator Barack Obama strung together nearly a dozen victories.

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Diverging Paths for Two Parties

The Democrats are facing a long nomination, while Republicans are closer to rallying around a nominee.

Left, Yana Paskova for The New York Times ; right, Todd Heisler / The New York Times

Huckabee Revived With Strong Showing in South

Senator John McCain of Arizona captured the California primary and its windfall of delegates on Tuesday night, capping an evening of impressive victories.

Audio Voices From the Polls

Across the country, voters speak out about the issues that matter to them. Comment Post a Comment

Tornadoes Rip Through South, Killing 26

Tornadoes across four states destroyed homes and ripped the roof off a shopping mall.

Asian Markets Follow Dow's Decline

Asian markets plunged after a new signal of U.S. recession prompted steep declines on Wall Street.

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Full Results

Detailed results, county- by-county maps and the delegate selection process.

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Assessing the Results

There was no knockout blow for either Democratic contender, reports John Harwood.

Undecided Voters

Three undecided voters go to the polls in New York.


Editorial: Divided They Run

While it is still too soon to tell which candidates will gain either party's nomination, the eventual winners will need to work hard to bridge the divisions that have plagued both sides.

The Opinionator: Battles Decided, Not Wars

Lopsided wins for the Democrats, unexpected murkiness for the Republicans.

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