Obama projected as winner of Montana primary
Barack Obama has already been declared the presumptive Democratic nominee by most media outlets, and now he can celebrate one more win in his planned victory speech.
June 4, 2008 6:03AM (UTC)
The Democratic primaries are, officially, over: MSNBC, CNN and Fox News all called Montana's contest for Barack Obama as soon as the state's polls closed at 10 p.m. Eastern.
That wraps up, finally, five months' worth of elections and caucuses in all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa and "Democrats Abroad."
Mike Madden is Salon's Washington correspondent. A complete listing of his articles is here. Follow him on Twitter here.
COMPLETELY AD FREE,
FOR THE NEXT HOUR
Read Now, Pay Later - no upfront
registration for 1-Hour Access
7-Day Access and Monthly
Subscriptions also available
No tracking or personal data collection
beyond name and email address
Why Trump thinks racism will win
Yes, it's time to impeach: But why?
Paul McCartney, master of the live show
Dapper Dan: Fashion as liberation
How Russia manipulated Twitter in 2016
Trump isn’t a president, he’s a gangster
Is Joe Biden the new Hillary?
Why the data says Joe Biden would lose