Wednesday, February 04, 2004

Super Tuesday I

Tuesday was another big day for Democrats. Kerry established himself as a candidate with national appeal, winning in the Heartland, the mid-Atlantic and the West. Edwards and Clark stayed relevant with wins in South Carolina and Oklahoma, respectively. Howard Dean, on the other hand, took a bit of a beating. However, based on his own comments and the fact that he was already concentrating on Washington state, Dean was obviously expecting the poor results on Tuesday. But, the most disappointed candidate of the evening was Senator Lieberman. After getting trounced in Delaware, Senator Lieberman dropped out of the race. So, that's the update on the Democratic horse race.