Sen. Barack Obama claimed a significant victory in the South Carolina Democratic primary on Saturday, telling supporters "We are hungry for change."
"Tonight, the cynics who believed that what began in the snows of Iowa was just an illusion were told a different story by the good people of South Carolina," Obama said to supporters Saturday.
Both Clinton and Obama — as well as former Sen. John Edwards, who has not won any of the early states — are pouring their energy and money into Super Tuesday, the biggest single-day showdown of the race. Nearly two dozen states will weigh in February 5.
Jan 29th Florida Primary
February 3rd Maine Caucus
February 9th Super Tuesday: Alabama primaries Alaska caucuses Arizona primaries Arkansas primaries California primaries Colorado caucuses Connecticut primaries Delaware primaries Georgia primaries Idaho caucuses Illinois primaries Kansas caucuses Massachusetts primaries Minnesota primaries Missouri primaries Montana caucuses New Jersey primaries New Mexico primary New York primaries North Dakota caucuses Oklahoma primaries Tennessee primaries Utah primaries West Virginia convention
President Bush will give the State of the Union address tonight which will begin at 8 p.m. ET