Clinton, Bush Lead in States Won So Far This Year
WASHINGTON (AP) _ Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton led the Democratic field going into Tuesday’s Pennsylvania primaries with success in 17 nominating contests this year.
President Bush has won all 21 Republican contests.
Here are the candidates and the states where they’ve won: DEMOCRATS
Clinton: Primaries in Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Florida, Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Illinois, Michigan, Puerto Rico, Kansas, New York and Wisconsin; caucuses in Wyoming, Missouri and Hawaii.
Former Massachusetts Sen. Paul Tsongas, who has suspended his campaign: Primaries in New Hampshire, Maryland, Utah, Massachusetts and Rhode Island; caucuses in Arizona and Delaware, and among Democrats living abroad.
Former California Gov. Jerry Brown: Primaries in Colorado and Connecticut; caucuses in Maine, Nevada and Vermont.
Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin, who has withdrawn from the race: Caucuses in Iowa and Idaho.
Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey, who has withdrawn: A primary in South Dakota.
Uncommitted: Caucuses in American Samoa, the Virgin Islands and Alaska. REPUBLICANS
Bush: Primaries in New Hampshire, South Dakota, Colorado, Georgia, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, Mississippi, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Louisiana, Illinois, Michigan, Connecticut, Puerto Rico, Kansas, Minnesota and Wisconsin.