January 12th, 2008
07:15 PM ET
10 years ago

Ballot Bowl Highlights


(CNN) – The race for the White House fans out to Michigan, South Carolina, Nevada, and Florida now that Iowa's caucuses and New Hampshire's primaries are over. CNN continues to provide complete coverage of the presidential hopefuls as they battle for their party's nomination. If you missed any of CNN's Ballot Bowl programming Saturday, you can catch the highlights here:

Video: Clinton: 'We need a change of heart'

Video: McCain: 'We can create jobs here'

Video: Giuliani on tax reform

Video: Huckabee: 'We value life'

Video: Obama: 'Yes we can'

Video: Edwards: Value U.S. workers

Video: Romney: 'Washington is broken'

Video: Thompson: 'What you see is what you get'

Video: Poll: McCain a threat to Dems

- CNN Associate Producer Martina Stewart

soundoff (65 Responses)
  1. whatsitToyou

    riggoNV, like said above he sure knows how to talk, there is times I feel so mesmerized by him, but just because he says he will bring change dosn't mean it is going to happen. Change Change Change, but if you ask how will you bring about this change suddenly the subject gets changed!

    January 13, 2008 12:34 pm at 12:34 pm |
  2. nancy

    Why no coverage of the election debacle?

    This primary will prove to be an education in the election process if nothing else. Our democratic country doesn't use every vote counts for its primary process.
    We have some states with Caucasus and straw votes, some with delegates matching the percentage of each candidates vote, some states winner takes all, some states disenfranchising their voters, like Michigan and Florida, only receiving half their delegates for Republicans, and none of their delegates for Democrats.
    What ever happened to every vote counts?

    January 13, 2008 01:11 pm at 1:11 pm |
  3. Dana Tipton

    Why isn't the CNN reporter who is following Ron Paul filing reports? I'm tired of hearing the same old things from the "top tier" Republican candidates. Let Ron Paul have a voice. It is unfair to make him pay for advertising when the newsmedia give free publicity to his rivals.

    January 13, 2008 01:25 pm at 1:25 pm |
  4. Albert

    Video: Clinton: 'We need a change of heart'

    Video: McCain: 'We can create jobs here'

    Video: Giuliani on tax reform

    Video: Huckabee: 'We value life'

    Video: Obama: 'Yes we can'

    Video: Edwards: Value U.S. workers

    Video: Romney: 'Washington is broken'

    Video: Thompson: 'What you see is what you get'

    Video: Poll: McCain a threat to Dems


    January 13, 2008 03:15 pm at 3:15 pm |
  5. Ronald Nfor, NY

    Response to Jack, NY, NY,

    1.) Voting present on key senate issues is not something new to Senators. Check the voting records of all senators and you'll find that quite a few of them vote present on several key issues. Maybe that's why we need a change. What good does it do to vote for a bill which is bound to be defeated because of a divided senate.
    2.) Michelle's salary rise of 430%? Here you may confusing sequence with consequence. Just because her salary went up after her husband went to the senate does not mean that the salary hike was the result of Obama's senate victory. Check carefully Michelle's resume and you may agree with me that her salary is well deserved. And by the way, why exactly is her salary an issue?
    3.) You don't have to be in the United States Senate to voice your opinion against an unpopular war. As a citizen you can speak up against government action. As for voting to fund the war, you have to separate the issues. How would you have voted after a reckless congress authorized a reckless president to deploy our troops into that quagmire in Iraq? The mistake was already made to authorize the war and to cut off funding for the troops while the war was raging would have compounded the mistake. Obama's vote for funding the war was the responsible thing to do.
    I hope I addressed some of your concerns and did not just throw BS back at you.

    January 13, 2008 05:27 pm at 5:27 pm |
  6. Ryan

    Hillary Clinton should not be President of our great country. She spins her message for whatever crowd she's trying to please and makes it so no one actually knows what she stands for. She accepts money from lobbiests and big business to fund her campaign. She represents the old "corrupt" way of running things, while Obama represents a new chapter of American politics. His campaign has been funded by the people and he's running for the people. His message is clear and consistent. Clinton's is not. She states that she has experience and Obama does not. All "experience" means is that if elected she will continue to run this country the same way it has been run. Right into the ground. Obama wil destroy the bi-partisan divide and change the fundamental ways Washington is run. No more lobbyiests, no more lies, and he will confront the major problems we are facing in the future and solve them. It is about time we elected someone who is actually genuine and intelligent and Obama is our man.

    January 13, 2008 07:14 pm at 7:14 pm |
  7. Ryan

    and Jimmy Carter's " Our Endangered Values " . If only everyone knew the truth about what happens in our government.

    January 13, 2008 07:45 pm at 7:45 pm |
  8. Dennis Drake Las Vegas NV

    You are omitting the most important man running Dr. Ron Paul . He is winning in all the real internet pools . I guess CNN is a Member of the Bilderberger Group ? If so your day of reconing is close at hand <

    January 13, 2008 09:00 pm at 9:00 pm |
  9. Dennis Drake Las Vegas NV

    I guess CNN is Chicken to post the Truth <

    January 13, 2008 09:42 pm at 9:42 pm |
  10. GC Galveston

    Blimp in the air.
    Own radio station which goes 24 hrs.
    Most cash on hand.
    Most donations in fourth quarter.
    End the war now.
    Beat rootieannie and dropdeadfred in Iowa.
    Beat DDfred in NH.
    Even tho he was cut from NH debate.

    Has raised 1 million in first 2 weeks of this quarter.

    Still no video on this site out of about 20 videos.

    Who could this be?

    January 13, 2008 11:53 pm at 11:53 pm |
  11. cliff

    it dosen't matter whom the republicans nomminate...all democrates will be running against gw. wheather we like it or not you might as well get ready for a female president.

    January 18, 2008 07:46 pm at 7:46 pm |
  12. John

    I enjoy your coverage of the Ballot Bowl, Just one suggestion.
    Can you change the lettering in the heading from (ripped – road-kill) to red-white &blue or something more readable? Thanks for the Great coverage!
    It looks like you might be getting old or something.(the lettering)

    January 20, 2008 01:48 pm at 1:48 pm |
  13. David

    It is very sad how biased the CNN news team is against Senator Obama in favor of Hillary Clinton. This racist role is facilitated by the like of Wolf Blitzer (a medicre journalist), Anderson Cooper, Candi, Suzanne Malveaux etc.Regardless of what CNN racist cohorts do and Shame on CNN – Obama Shall Prevail!!!!

    January 20, 2008 02:12 pm at 2:12 pm |
  14. James Hines

    Why wasn't Ron Paul featured on Ballot Bowl today?
    He came in second place in Nevada.

    January 20, 2008 06:01 pm at 6:01 pm |
  15. griffthegrand

    Hey isn't there a Caucus going on in Maine???

    Why no coverage of that?

    Maine doesn't mean anything or what?

    February 2, 2008 04:33 pm at 4:33 pm |
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