Hispanics Decide California for Clinton
A long Super Tuesday night rolled into Wednesday morning with no clear front-runner emerging on the Democratic side and a new shuffle once again among Republican contenders for the White House.
Sens. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y. and John McCain, R-Ariz., both won California and New York, but patches of wins and losses throughout the middle of the country left neither candidate in a position to end the presidential nominating contest that will now stretch deeper into February.
“Tonight you voted in record numbers, not just to make history, but to remake America,” Clinton told a crowd of supporters in New York just as polls were closing in California, the state with the biggest prize of the night.