That's what I'm talking about
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee won the Republican presidential contest in Kansas on Saturday, Fox News Channel projected, showing signs of life in a nominating race front-runner John McCain has nearly sewed up.
The win for Huckabee followed a strong showing in the South earlier in the week, when the Baptist minister won four Southern states and West Virginia in "Super Tuesday" voting involving nearly half of U.S. states.
Huckabee vowed earlier in the day, during an appearance at a conference of conservative activists, to continue his shoestring campaign that has appealed to social and religious conservatives.
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"I did not major in math, but I majored in miracles, and I still believe in them," Huckabee said later at a rally at the University of Maryland in College Park.
Don't forget, miracles cost money. Keep Huck going.
UPDATE: Huck is ahead in Washington state, where McCain is barely outpolling Ron Paul. And he's looking like he's going to win in Louisiana with 46% of the precincts reporting. McCain will have to take about 58% of the remaining vote to win Louisiana.
Awesome! Feel the Huckmentum.
UPDATE II: McCain may have squeaked out a victory in Washington St. where CNN shows McCain with a 1200 vote lead with 86% of the precincts counted. Show Huck some love.
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