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The republican nomination is all but decided and the democrats have a new front runner.

Hi everyone I'm Andrea Rene for get the and this is your political brief.

Yesterday marked three important victories for Senator Barack Obama. He has won eight consecutive voting contest, including the elections held in Virgina, Maryland, and the Distric of Colombia yesterday, that puts him in the leading position for overall delegates over Senator Hillary Clinton. Hillary has been making some changes in her camp, including replacing her campaign manager. She is looking forward to contests in Ohio and Texas as a place where she could possibly regain her ground in the race, and is confident she still has pledged from superdelegates that will help her get to the convention. ON the Republican side, Senator John McCain took 3 decisive victories yesterday as well. Cementing his position as the Republican front runner, despite the many criticisms from Republicans saying he isn't conservative enough for the party, noting his stances on immigration and tax cuts. Even though Mitt Romney threw in the towel, Governor Mike Huckabee soliders on in the race because as he says, he is determined to give the party another viable candidate that represents true conservative ideals, though he is lagging far behind McCain. His next chance to win some more votes comes next week in the Washington and Wisconsin primaries.

That is your political brief from get the I'm Andrea rene and be sure to check back at get the daily for ongoing election coverage.