Clinton, McCain and Romney score primary victories

Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-New York), Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney (R) each scored primary victories on Saturday.

Clinton won the Nevada caucuses with 51 percent of the popular vote. But due to the way the election was organized, Sen. Barack Obama (D-Illinois) left with the most number of delegates.

Romney easily won Nevada with 52 percent of the vote. He won the Michigan primary last week.

Clinton now has two primary wins under her belt, compared to Obama's one. McCain has two wins and Romney has three. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) won the Iowa caucuses earlier this month.

Get the Story:
McCain Beats Huckabee in S. Carolina; Clinton and Romney Win in Nevada (The Washington Post 1/20)
McCain Victory in South Carolina Caps Comeback (The New York Times 1/20)
Vote of Women Propels Clinton in Nevada Caucus (The New York Times 1/20)
Romney Gains Easy Victory in Nevada’s G.O.P. Contest (The New York Times 1/20)

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