Clinton wins New York

The latest round of poll closings brings no surprises so far, as nothing is called but Clinton's home state.

Alex Koppelman
February 6, 2008 7:02AM (UTC)

And the latest wave of poll closings has come in at 9 p.m. EST. No big news out of the states involved -- Arizona, Colorado, Minnesota and New York, and on the Democratic side only, Kansas and New Mexico -- quite yet. The only call we've seen so far gives New York to Hillary Clinton, hardly a surprise considering it's the state she represents in the Senate.

Separately, left over from the earlier closings, looks like Barack Obama has won Delaware.


Update: On the Republican side, New York has been called for John McCain. Additionally, both MSNBC and Fox News have called New Jersey for Clinton; CNN is holding off on that one.

Update 2: Alabama has been called for Obama.

Alex Koppelman

Alex Koppelman is a staff writer for Salon.

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