January 20th, 2008
06:10 PM ET
11 years ago

Ballot Bowl Highlights


(CNN) - The presidential race remains unsettled despite voting in Iowa, New Hampshire, Wyoming, Michigan, Nevada, and the GOP primary in South Carolina.

As the 2008 White House race moves to Florida for the primaries there on January 29 and the Democratic primary on January 26 in South Carolina, CNN continues to bring you in-depth political coverage. 

If you missed any of CNN's Sunday Ballot Bowl programming, you can catch the highlights here:

Video: Watch Chuck Norris and Mike Huckabee

Video: Watch Giuliani on what he'd fix 

Video: Watch Edwards on Dr. King's legacy

Video: Watch Sen. McCain's S.C. victory speech

Video: Watch Sen. Clinton on Dr. King's legacy 

Video: Watch Fred Thompson's S.C. concession speech

Video: Watch Edwards: 'Enough is enough'

Video: Watch Romney: 'We can fix Washington'

Video: Watch Mike Huckabee S.C. concession speech

Video: Watch Sen. Obama on unity

Video: Watch Sen. McCain discuss his S.C. win with Dana Bash

–CNN Associate Producer Martina Stewart

soundoff (34 Responses)
  1. Laura

    Barack is up against a great deal more problems than Bill Clinton. He is in for the first fair election process in the nation, where unidentified people are not allowed to walk into the polls and vote.

    South Carolina voters – please note from past elections that there are always rumors the day before a primary, trying to convince you that some candidate is pulling out, or has made a deal with another one. We had it AGAIN here in Iowa. Also Hillary's people were going door-to-door with a false rumor in Nevada Friday night, to people they knew supported John Edwards, saying he had pulled out. Those rumors are never true! You are the first people in the country whose vote is pure and real, and means something. Use it to make a statement!

    January 21, 2008 01:58 pm at 1:58 pm |
  2. Dan ~ Longview, WA.

    Where is your Ron Paul coverage? He has beat Rudy, Fred, Huckabee, McCain, everyone but Mitt Romney...

    Why are we not seeing and hearing about his campaign stops, his speeches and stumps, seeing his photo 2 or 3 or 5 times a day?

    This media blackout on Ron Paul is disgusting!

    CNN, Fox, We want to hear from all of the cantidates, UNFILTERED, not filtered through your media bias.

    Please give us more Ron Paul so WE can make a balanced, fairly informed decision!

    January 21, 2008 03:00 pm at 3:00 pm |
  3. C. Rose

    I would like to know if the republicans our so pro-life why did we go to WAR? And we are still there?
    And they have family values why are the canidattes on wife 3 or 4?

    January 21, 2008 06:25 pm at 6:25 pm |
  4. jim

    Please fix the link on the Mitt Romney video. Please show a video on Ron Paul and provide better coverage of both Ron Paul and Mitt Romney. Ron Paul may be off the mark, but he provides a wake up call to America. And both Mitt and Ron seem to be given almost zero factual reporting of their plans for Change in America. Mitt in ' 08

    January 21, 2008 07:15 pm at 7:15 pm |
  5. John

    I wish Barack Obama would deliver a speech that is equivalent to the "ask not" speech of JFK or the "I have a dream" speech of Dr. King. I'm 30 years old and my generation and all subsequent ones have been deprived, outside of history, of a truly inspirational, humanitarian political figure. I think Barack has it in him . . . I hope he has it in him . . . the nation cried when JFK was shot, shouldn't we feel that way again?

    January 21, 2008 10:47 pm at 10:47 pm |
  6. P

    Guiliani, but no Ron Paul??? This doesnt make any sense to me, as he has beaten Guiliani in every state but one thus far in the Primaries.

    Hmm, looks like you may be violating FCC rules regarding elections:

    Section 76.205 [47 CFR §76.205]

    Section (e) of that statute:

    (e) Discrimination between candidates. In making time available to candidates for public office, no system shall make any discrimination between candidates in practices, regulations, facilities, or services for or in connection with the service rendered pursuant to this part, or make or give any preference to any candidate for public office or subject any such candidate to any prejudice or disadvantage; nor shall any system make any contract or other agreement which shall have the effect of permitting any legally qualified candidate for any public office to cablecast to the exclusion of other legally qualified candidates for the same public office.

    I hope they sue your worthless news organization into oblivion.

    January 26, 2008 03:56 pm at 3:56 pm |
  7. hpb

    did hillary agree with other dem candidates months ago not to campaign in florida? if so her word is as good as bill's.

    January 27, 2008 01:54 pm at 1:54 pm |
  8. K.Kelley

    Gentlemen & of News Anchor Descent, regardless of show, ranking or time slot, I
    shall not discriminate in time, worthiness or value....

    My reference is to John Edwards. At one time I constantly heardfrom all genders, stations, shhows, participants, etc that it was over for John McCain, no money, old message, you..the media were note giving hope but speaking death to his campaign and our America is gasping for a breath of hope and you are our source of information but look what happened life was almost restored to his campain and a man that stands quietly among the wrath of finger pointing, name calling (throw water on them) a female candidate (would you call that lady like behavior even though it is traditionally a man's world) and a gentleman down her throat that I saw on Oprah that sure sold me,(not being so much of a gentleman to the lady) and finally Mr. Edwards
    stepped up to the plate...how many times has he never lost his cool? How many times is his response about us common everyday people....why will you not pay attention to him? The television and news for young people to old depend on you to be fair and just and not just focus on a cat fight? Could the mortgage rates, loss of jobs, loosing homes, and many other reasons be why every day there is another parent that killed their child and them self..think of the depth of tragedy & horror on that parents mind death better than facing what America is offering or a mother or father or adult child killing for a life insurance policy due to debt, kids with guns, never has a mother at home to teach them & educate them to be responsible adults....she had to work two or three jobs and the old man was gone or in the bottle...poverty is a strange,chilling and real bedfellow and your feet never get warm and often loose the roof over your head and find your address 000HOMELESS ANYWHERE USA. America's media give another comeback kid a chance don't speak death..breath life into JOhn Edwards campaign!~ By the way the letter today from Maria Shriver..to Obama..is it from her or the relationship between she and Oprah the Shrivers and the Kennedy's? Check it out..My best to you all

    January 27, 2008 02:19 pm at 2:19 pm |
  9. Gayle

    I am amazed that no one has mentioned that South Carolina separated their Republican/Democratic primaries this year for the first time. Many REpublicans who for one reason or another didn't vote the week before, decided to cast an anti-Hillary vote yesterday, NOT a pro Obama vote. I live in SC and was amazed how many of them today in church said they'll vote Republican in the fall, but just did not want Hillary on the ballot. I would say a very good percentage of the "huge win" for Obama yesterday was due to Republicans not having voted previously.

    January 27, 2008 02:42 pm at 2:42 pm |
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