Clinton, McCain win in New Jersey

February 5, 2008 6:51:34 PM PST
Hillary Rodham Clinton's lead in New Jersey isn't going to vanish after all. The New York senator has won the state's primary despite recent polls suggesting that Barack Obama was erasing Clinton's advantage in the state.

Meanwhile, Republican John McCain had a much easier time winning in New Jersey, picking up support from party moderates. He also got a boost from the early exit from the race by former New Yorker Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

McCain picks up all 52 of New Jersey's Republican delegates. Delegates in New Jersey's Democratic primary are awarded proportionately.