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Low Turnout on the Strip

Hillary Rodham Clinton chats with hotel workers during a campaign stop at the Mandalay Bay Hotel on caucus day in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) (AP).

By Shailagh Murray
LAS VEGAS -- Check out the Strip by the numbers. The developing storyline here on Las Vegas Boulevard is terrible turnout. State party officials expected around 5,000 for the nine at-large casino sites on the Strip. Results from these five suggest it's not even close:

  • Flamingo: 121 to 120, Clinton wins
  • New York, New York: 93 to 69, Clinton wins
  • Paris: 213 to 98, Clinton wins
  • Wynn: 189 to 187 (supposed to be the biggest at-large site -- 1,000 were expected), Clinton wins
  • Obama won Caesars: 82 to 79.

    "The Luxor site is closely divided and voting again. No word from New York New York," reports The Las Vegas Sun.

  • By Web Politics Editor  |  January 19, 2008; 4:28 PM ET
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