The biggest day in US presidential nominating contests “Super Tuesday” sees democrat Hillary Clinton picking up states including California and New York, while Barak Obama took Kanses and Minnesota. Clinton looks to be ahead in terms of delegates in what continues to be a close contest.
For the Republicans John McCain appears to have had the best of things taking California, New York and Oklahama and looks to be his party’s front runner to fight for the White House in November.
His main rival Mitt Romney counted Alaska and Utah among his victorys. However, Mike Huckabee had a good Super Tuesday taking five of the states on offer.