Barrack Obama Wins The U.S. Territory Of Guam's Caucuses:
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Sen. Barack Obama headed to victory in the Guam Democratic Party caucus Saturday, leading his rival Sen. Hillary Clinton for the four pledged delegates at stake in the race for their party's nomination.
With 95% of the vote counted, according to a CNN tally, Obama had won 53% against Clinton's 47%, even as the two hopefuls were busy campaigning for the Indiana and North Carolina primaries slated for Tuesday.
The Western Pacific U.S. territory, three hours' flight from Japan, received unprecedented attention from the candidates. Both Obama and Clinton ran television and radio ads and conducted remote interviews with local radio stations, according to media reports from Guam, a place largely ignored in past national elections.
So when they divvy up the delegates, they'll both get two. Great. That puts us exactly where we were before Guam. Obama does have one more victory to tout and if he can take Indiana and North Carolina, the end is nigh for Hillary's campaign.