In in the exotic Indonesian Primary:
Seventy five percent of the nearly 100 votes cast by expatriate Americans a minute after midnight Indonesia time (12 p.m. Monday EST) went to Obama. The rest were cast in favor of Clinton, said Arian Ardie, country committee chair for Democrats Abroad.
Whatever. We'll take it.
Ardie said he was not permitted to disclose the exact number of votes cast, and added that the results were preliminary and still need formal verification.
Ardie said that Obama's time in Indonesia was part of his appeal among expatriate voters in the southeast Asian country.
The West Virgina Caucus (Republican)
You know, the Media has told us the Republican race is over, and McCain will win the nomination. But in the winner-take-all primary system among the Republicans, Huckabee has won West Virgina and looks like he could win in Alabama, Arkansas, and Tennessee, and is competing in Georgia. If Romney were to drop out of the race after today, many of his voters would probably go to Huckabee. Just an interesting scenario to consider.