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Wednesday, January 9, 2008

"On to the West"

Bill Richardson finished a predictable fourth in New Hampshire and, with 96% of precincts reporting, had garnered 5% of the vote.

But that doesn't faze the governor: he has pledged to stay in the presidential race through Super Tuesday (February 5th), when many western primaries will be held. The first will be Nevada, on January 19, but most will be on February 5. The governor is more well-known on the west coast, and is the front runner in New Mexico. He'll have the opportunity to place in the top 3 and perhaps higher in other western Super Tuesday states, such as Idaho, Colorado, Arizona and Utah.

It's good to see the governor in high spirits--it certainly trickles down to his supporters.


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