Many voters in Saturday's Republican contests showed they're not yet ready to support Sen. John McCain as their party's nominee while Sen. Barack Obama cut into Sen. Hillary Clinton's lead in the race for Democratic delegates.
Obama claimed victory in Louisiana, Nebraska and Washington on Saturday, as well as in the Virgin Islands.
"The stakes are too high and the challenges are too great to play the same old Washington game with the same old Washington players and expect a different result," Obama told a hugely supportive crowd of Democrats at the Jefferson-Jackson dinner in Richmond, Virginia. Read full article »
CNN's Sean Callebs and Alan Silverleib contributed to this report.