U.S Government - Extra Credit Assignment

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Casey Dynan POL-110 Professor Gilbert March 17, 2008 Extra Credit Assignment U.S. Politics for the Week of February 11 th 2008 Barack Obama extended his lead over Hillary Clinton in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination by winning several states, including Virginia and Washington, by wide margins. Mrs Clinton's campaign manager and deputy campaign-manager both resigned. The senator from New York is now looking to the contests in Texas and Ohio on March 4th to make her last stand. John McCain tightened his grip on the Republican nomination with victories in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC. Earlier, Mike Huckabee gave Mr McCain a scare by winning Kansas and Louisiana and coming a very close second in Washington state, proving that the Arizona senator has some way to go in endearing himself to conservatives in his party. The White House said it would seek the death penalty against six alleged plotters of the September 11th attacks
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2008 for the course POL 110 taught by Professor Sampson during the Spring '08 term at Gustavus.

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