Despite Barack Obama’s slight majority in the statewide vote, Obama and Hillary Clinton will end up splitting the Missouri delegates.
Boosted by his big night, John McCain asked his loudest conservative critics Wednesday to “calm down” and support his Republican presidential candidacy, as Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton girded for more rounds of their protracted struggle for the Democratic nomination.
Tuesday's voting for the Republican and Democratic nominees for president showed that the races are far from over. What do you think of the results?
John McCain earned himself a super Wednesday, a day to savor coast-to-coast primary victories that ratified him as the Republican front-runner, while Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama dug in after a night of divided spoils in a Democratic presidential contest that could stretch to the spring.
Boone County gave Sen. Barack Obama a clear win in Tuesday’s Democratic presidential primary, but the state result was so close it ensures an almost even split of the delegates for Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton. Obama had about a one percentage point lead.
Boone County residents who voted in the presidential primary on Tuesday differed overall with those statewide, picking Barack Obama as their overwhelming favorite for the Democratic nomination and Mitt Romney as the most popular Republican in the race.
Boone County results put former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney ahead over Arizona Sen. John McCain. But McCain won the state's 58 delegates.
Libertarian voters were few and far between on presidential primary day in Boone County, but after the dust settled and most of the votes were counted, Wayne Root was the local winner with seven votes.
Sen. John McCain seized command of the race for the Republican presidential nomination early Wednesday, winning delegate-rich primaries from the East Coast to California. Democratic rivals Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded victories in an epic struggle.
Eager voters showed up to vote in 24 states, some even before the polls opened.
The Boone County Clerk's Office has tallied another round of ballots in the presidential primary.
Despite the occurrence of a few problems at polls around the country, Super Tuesday voting procedures have gone well.
Americans seeking a change in foreign policy and a new national image abroad flocked to churches in Rome, town halls in England and an Irish pub in Hong Kong on Tuesday to vote in a Democrats Abroad primary.
The fact that a majority of Hickman High School students fall short of the voting age didn’t stop them from making their voices heard Tuesday morning.
JEFFERSON CITY — Voters in three eastern Missouri House districts went to the polls Tuesday to select replacements for lawmakers who resigned for new job opportunities or a criminal conviction.
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COLUMBIA — Many Columbia residents in the run-up to Super Tuesday have been doing more than watching from the sidelines.