The polls just closed in Georgia and the networks are already projecting a victory for Barack Obama in the Democratic primary.
This is not a surprise. Polls showed Obama with a significant lead in the Peach State, neighbor of South Carolina where Obama won big on Jan. 26. MSNBC is projecting that Obama may have a 35 delegate advantage over Clinton, if exit polls match returns.
On the Republican side, Mike Huckabee, John McCain and Mitt Romney are in a tight three-way race.
Question: How might today’s stock market plunge sway people who have not voted yet? (The Dow dropped 370 points – nearly 3 percent)
– Paul Gullixson