Game On!

Gibbs, Nancy; Von Drehle, David; Cox, Ana Marie; Scherer, Michael; Newton-Small, Jay; Sullivan, Amy; Tumulty, Karen; Carney, James; Cruz, Gilbert; Duffy, Michael; Halperin, Mark
January 2008
Time International (South Pacific Edition);1/21/2008, Issue 2, p18
The article focuses on the U.S. 2008 presidential campaign and its unguessable outcome. Particular attention is paid to candidates Hillary Clinton and John McCain and their unexpected wins in the New Hampshire primary elections. The author believes the election will remain unpredictable. Attention is also paid to candidate Barack Obama. INSETS: THE EXIT POLLS;UPCOMING SCHEDULE.


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