But McCain and Obama are dominating the early NH results:
In a northern New Hampshire hamlet tradition, voters of Dixville Notch and Hart’s Location cast the first 46 ballots of the primary season—half for Democrats and half for Republicans—at midnight, hours before polls began opening elsewhere at 6 a.m. EST. Polls close at 8 p.m.
Combined results from the two spots showed Obama with 16 votes, Clinton 3, Edwards 3 and Bill Richardson, 1. On the Republican side, McCain received 10 votes, Huckabee 5, Ron Paul 4, Romney 3 and Giuliani 1.
Okay, this may not turn out to be terribly accurate, but then, the various polls are so widely divergent that they can’t possibly be either. And at least these votes will count.
If we’re lucky, if we’re really lucky, an Obama landslide plus a Michigan debacle could knock the Lizard Queen out of the race. But I wouldn’t count on it.