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'''Super Tuesday II''' is a day in the Presidential primary season, which helps continue to determine the Presidential nominee.  In the [[2008 Presidential Election]] it was on March 4th, when the states of [[Ohio]], [[Texas]], [[Rhode Island]] and [[Vermont]] held primaries.  The Republican primaries resulted in John McCain sealing the nomination, while Hillary Clinton had a series of victories (however, [[Barack Obama|Obama]] had built a solid delegate lead on her by this time.)  When the results came in, Governor Mike Huckabee conceded the race to Senator McCain.   
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'''Super Tuesday II''' is a day in the Presidential primary season, which helps continue to determine the Presidential nominee.  In the [[2008 Presidential Election]] it was on March 4th, when the states of [[Ohio]], [[Texas]], [[Rhode Island]] and [[Vermont]] held primaries.  The Republican primaries resulted in John McCain sealing the nomination, while Hillary Clinton had a series of victories (however, [[Barack Obama|Obama]] had built a solid delegate lead on her by this time). When the results came in, Governor Mike Huckabee conceded the race to Senator McCain.   
  
 
Results of Super Tuesday II 2008:
 
Results of Super Tuesday II 2008:

Latest revision as of 00:31, 16 April 2011

Super Tuesday II is a day in the Presidential primary season, which helps continue to determine the Presidential nominee. In the 2008 Presidential Election it was on March 4th, when the states of Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont held primaries. The Republican primaries resulted in John McCain sealing the nomination, while Hillary Clinton had a series of victories (however, Obama had built a solid delegate lead on her by this time). When the results came in, Governor Mike Huckabee conceded the race to Senator McCain.

Results of Super Tuesday II 2008:

State Democrat Republican
Ohio Hillary Clinton John McCain
Texas Hillary Clinton John McCain
Rhode Island Hillary Clinton John McCain
Vermont Barack Obama John McCain