What about Vermont and RI?
Texas and Ohio primaries going on today. Also Vermont and Rhode Island but the news seems to forget about them due to their rinky-dink number of delegates. Sniff, sniff; doesn't anybody care about Vermont and Rhode Island? Well, I do, because I used to live in the former and often visit the latter. And seriously, this primary is so close that every state counts no matter how small. It's an epic battle to the finish! I love it!
The last polls I saw were tied to within the margin of error in Texas and Ohio. I shan't speculate on who will win; I'll just wait and see. The voters have confounded the expectations of pollsters and TV talking heads in every contest so far this year, and I hope they continue to do so. People who get sucked into following politics tend to forget that voters are human beings with free will, not just statistics to be sliced up along arbitrary demographic lines. So-and-so is up x% among Hispanics and down y% under those under 50; so what? A million people voting have a million different reasons for making the choice they do. Someone who spends days researching Senate voting records and campaign finance law to make a decision gets a vote which counts exactly as much as the vote of someone who picks the person who looks better on TV. I guess what I'm saying is that there's simply no way of knowing how it's going to go until all the votes are counted. (And even then, sometimes we don't know. Thanks, Diebold.)