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27.1.04

New Hampshire Results

With 97% of precincts reporting, Ed O'Donnell has 80 votes. Sadly, Lyndon LaRouche -- who had been trailing O'Donnell all night -- has jumped into the lead with 86.

I didn't write my predictions down anywhere, so you'll just have to trust me that the results are fairly close to what I was expecting, though I thought Clark would do a few percent better and Lieberman and Kerry a few percent worse. The actual results look fairly inconclusive for the race as a whole. Lieberman didn't do badly enough to get forced out of the race the way everyone except his supporters were hoping. Dean did well enough that he won't drop out or bleed support the way he did after Iowa, but not well enough to provide a basis for a comeback, especially considering his weakness in the next round of primaries. Neither Clark nor Edwards can claim advantage or momentum going into their battle for the south.

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