The Last 21 Years: Year (2)008
“The numbers tell us this was a debate between change and experience, and change won.” CNN’s Bill Schneider was referring to the Iowa Democratic Primary on 3rd January 2008 won by Barack Obama (38%), followed by John Edwards 30% and Hillary Clinton 29%. On the Republican side, the winner was Mike Huckabee (34%), followed by Mitt Romney (25%), Fred Thompson (13%), John McCain (13%) and Ron Paul (10%). “People really are more important than the purse,” said Huckabee (in reference to Romney’s well-funded campaign), “and what a great lesson for America to learn.” But there was still a long way to go in both races.
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