Saturday's results in Nevada and South Carolina did little to establish a clear front-runner in either party's race for presidential nominee.
New York Sen. Hillary Clinton won Nevada but captured fewer delegates in what is shaping up as two-person race.
She has what little momentum there is on the Democratic side, having won in New Hampshire and Nevada after Illinois Sen. Barack Obama won in Iowa.
The scorecard sets up a Democratic showdown in South Carolina, where both candidates are trying to capture the black vote. Almost half of voters in the 2004 Democratic primary there were African-American.
"It's a dead-even race, and it goes on to South Carolina," David Axelrod, Obama's political strategist, said Sunday on CBS' "Face the Nation." See images of Saturday's activities Read full article »
CNN's John Helton, Josh Levs, Bill Schneider and Kate Taylor contributed to this report.