Edwards and Clark Down to Wire in Oklahoma

(Oklahoma City-AP) -- Retired Army General Wesley Clark edged
North Carolina Senator John Edwards to win Tuesday's Oklahoma
presidential primary. It was a crucial win close to home for the Arkansas native. Earlier today, Clark's son said he wanted his father to withdraw from the race if he did not win Oklahoma. Massachusetts Senator John Kerry finished third. Other candidates were well behind. Here's a look at the final numbers:
2,237 of 2,237 precincts - 100 percent

x-Wesley Clark 90,469 - 30 percent
John Edwards 89,194 - 30 percent
John Kerry 81,012 - 27 percent
Joe Lieberman 19,674 - 7 percent
Howard Dean 12,719 - 4 percent
Al Sharpton 3,938 - 1 percent
Dennis Kucinich 2,544 - 1 percent
Dick Gephardt 1,889 - 1 percent
Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. 689 - 0 percent


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