(CNN) - Wisconsin and Hawaii handed Sen. Barack Obama his 9th and 10th consecutive wins Tuesday, CNN projects, while Sen. John McCain picked up two more states in his march to the Republican nomination."The change we seek is still months and miles away," Obama said Tuesday night in Houston, Texas.He's emerged as the Democratic front-runner over Sen. Hillary Clinton after a split-decision on Super Tuesday two weeks ago.Full story
Compiled Jonathan Helman
CNN Washington Bureau
Washington Post: Obama Wins Hawaii, Wis. Decisively; McCain Tops Huckabee
Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) swept to victories in Wisconsin and Hawaii yesterday, bringing to 10 the number of consecutive contests he has won over Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and raising the stakes for crucial votes in Ohio and Texas next month. On the Republican side, Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) easily beat former governor Mike Huckabee (Ark.) in Wisconsin and the Washington State caucuses, two wins that further cement his status as the race's front-runner.
Dallas Morning News: McCain Says Texas Campaign More About Unifying The GOP
John McCain said Tuesday that his fight to win the Texas primary was more about unifying the GOP than a straight contest against Mike Huckabee.
Dallas Morning News: Clinton's Texas Campaign: 'Concede Absolutely Nothing'
As early voting kicked off Tuesday, Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign underscored that Texas is a battleground state and that she would "concede absolutely nothing."
NY Times: Comments Bring Wives Into Fray in Wisconsin
In the last week, Senator John McCain has increasingly been taking on Senator Barack Obama at campaign events. And now their wives seem to be entering the fray, with Cindy McCain seeming to get in a dig at Mr. Obama’s wife, Michelle.
Compiled by Jonathan Helman,
CNN Washington Bureau
* Hillary Clinton attends a reception in New York City before heading out to Texas where she attends rallies in Hidalgo and Brownsville.
* Mike Huckabee is in Plano, Texas attending a campaign rally.
* John McCain starts the day in Ohio with a media availability in Columbus, Ohio and a meet and greet in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Later, he travels to Sugar Grove, Illinois for a media availability.
* Barack Obama attends a campaign rally in Dallas, Texas.