The latest news on Michigan
With their bulging treasuries, the two candidates can underwrite new primaries in Florida and Michigan.
While the Democrats fight among themselves over their presidential nomination, strategists for presumptive Republican nominee John McCain are analyzing the electoral map to determine where to put their resources for the remainder of the year.
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Totals show a sharp difference between metro Detroit and outstate for Republicans; Clinton has troubles with black voters.
Native son drew backing of traditional Republicans to blunt McCain's momentum.
After a jampacked night for presidential politics with the Democratic front-runners debating in Las Vegas and Mitt Romney clinching his first convincing win, grabbing the gold medal in Michigan, the candidates are now setting their sights on Nevada, South Carolina, and Florida, the three states with primaries before Super Tuesday.
The issue may be a proxy for concern about an incompetent federal government.
Mitt Romney can ride around Michigan boasting about his credentials as a successful businessman. He is the former CEO of Bain Capital, a private equity firm. John McCain, who has spent more than two decades in Congress, cannot. But in his bid to defeat Romney here in Michigan, he is trying out the next best option: having another CEO publicly endorse him and speak against his opponent.
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With joblessness on the rise, voters want relief and recovery.