The Democratic Party
Hillary's dismal showing in South Carolina indicates a near fatal campaign collapse.
Obama leads in late polls but may need a bigger boost to win nomination; Bill Clinton remains an issue.
GOP's tack to the right will later require a sprint to the middle; Bill Clinton needs a timeout.
South Carolina and Nevada results mean there's no end in sight.
Convention riots spur votes for law and order
The Democratic Party—and candidates—hang tough on Florida.
Assessing the presidential results in Iowa and New Hampshire, Democratic leaders see signs that young voters are flocking to their party and away from the Republicans. Of the 65,230 young people ages 17 to 29 who participated in the Iowa caucuses January 3, 52,580 caucused for Democrats while only 12,650 caucused for the Republicans.
The Democrats are the only ones who mention President Bush in the debates, and that's to criticize him.
Voting data reflect Gore/Clinton and Bradley/Obama similarities.
Clinton's surprising victory shows the nomination is very much up for grabs.