Clinton re-election bid on track

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton easily won her Democratic primary in New York, winning the chance to stand for re-election in US mid-term polls.
Her win came as nine states held primaries, in which the parties choose candidates for November's elections.

In Rhode Island, moderate Republican Lincoln Chafee defeated a conservative challenger in a fight seen as crucial to the battle for control of Congress.

Democrats need a net gain of six seats to win control of the upper chamber.

They need a net gain of 15 seats to control the House of Representatives, where all 435 seats are up for grabs. There are also 36 races for governorships across America.

Can Hillary actually become the first Female President of the United States?
no never not going to happen, outside of NY she is loathed - you know that she lawyers for Wallmart on the side?
I'd be fine with a woman in charge... as long as it's not her.
As has been said, outside of New York she's unelectable - the name alone will send people running. In trumpeting Hillary's 'easy' win in the Democratic primary, the Dems are once again demonstrating that they still mentally inhabit a rarefied environment wherein everyone agrees with them and Republicans are simply ciphers to be joked about at dinner parties or over a decaffeinated latte.
But Condoleeza could!!...[Now that would p!ss off the Middle East...]
Condi could be the first black female president...... Now that would p1ss off not just the Middle East but a load of the good 'ol boys that live in the southern states........
Chief_Joseph said:
I'd be fine with a woman in charge... as long as it's not her.
Cheif I am curious why would have a spefic issue with 'her', you will I hope be casting your in 2008.

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