“With 37 percent of precincts reporting, Obama took 59 percent to 41 percent for Wolfe. In Kentucky, with nearly all precincts reporting, 42.1 percent of Democratic primary voters opted for “uncommitted” rather than backing the president, who received 57.9 percent.
Those results come two weeks to the day after Keith Judd, a convicted felon incarcerated in Texas, won 41 percent of the vote against Obama in the West Virginia primary.
Although these results haven’t stopped Obama’s march to renomination — he officially clinched the Democratic nod on April 3 — they remain an indicator of not-insignificant pockets of unrest within his party.”
Source: Wash Post
The time has come for a Republican Southern Strategy.
So, dear GOP, here is a great idea for a running mate for your white and nerdy New Englander (pick one) …