It looks like there may have been some controversy in the Texas caucuses. The Clinton campaign may bring legal action. Why in the world do they have complicated caucuses in addition to a primary in Texas anyway? It's almost like they are trying to complicate the process on purpose. http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/03/05/texas.caucus.count/index.html
In Ohio I do have to say that I was 3rd in line at 6.30pm and the poor bastards trying to run the show were already completely helpless. They didn't have the right papers, they didn't ask for my ID, I had to offer it to them, they didn't have enough booths. They needed another table. They didn't have enough chairs. The one guy who was supposed to have people sign as they got a ballot turns to one lady, points to a guy voting and says, "Hey, I didn't get his signature." To which the lady replies, "Don't worry about it."
If I were Obama I'd have just started the lawsuit yesterday. Somebody had to be disenfranchised at some point.
Also it looks like the Florida and Michigan issues aren't going away either.http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/03/06/dems.delegates/index.html?iref=mpstoryview
I can just see the people at Republican party HQ kicking back and laughing.