Clinton, McCain take N.H.

I am not sure how Sen. Hillary Clinton did it but she did. She was able to pull off a victory tonight. With 80 percent of Democrats precinents reporting, Clinton has 39 percent of the vote to 36 percent for Barack Obama. Former Sen. John Edwards trailed with 17.

In his concession speech, Obama said he will continue fight:

"For most of this campaign we were far behind," he said. "We always knew that our climb would be steep. ... With your voices and your votes you made it clear that at this moment, in this election, there is something happening in America."

On the Republican side, Sen. John McCain regained his title of "Comeback kid" with his win over Mitt Romney.

"I’m past the age when I can claim the noun 'kid,' no matter what adjective precedes it, but tonight we sure showed 'em what a comeback looks like," McCain said in his victory speech.

"We celebrate one victory tonight and leave for Michigan to win another."

As I have said before, I will say again, if you are not keeping up with this election, you should be. This is very important. You may think your vote doesn't count, but it does. We have the power to make a change, a change for the better.

If you don't know who is running for President, ask. There are many links devoted to this election, you can hop over to YouTube and watch the debates (they are better than the soaps).

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