With his victory in Florida, John McCain is now leading the delegate count among Republicans.
Wtatch Quin Hillyer, Associate Editorof The Examiner, spoke with CBN News on the recent developments of the 2008 presidential election.
Yesterday's winner take all primary put the Arizona senator ahead of Mitt Romney for the first time.
No Democratic delegates were awarded in Florida, and Hillary Clinton still has the lead over Barack Obama.
But February 5 is Super Tuesday and the 22 states voting could cement the nominees for both parties.
More than 2,000 Democratic delegates are at stake next week. For Republicans, there are more than a thousand.