By Gary Dotterman
The Super Tuesday election in Massachusetts gave Hillary Clinton 56% of the voter because of a larger turn out of women voters. Barack Obama won 41% of the vote statewide but won the cities of Boston, Cambridge and North Hampton, Amherst, and other areas like Cape Cod. Women, Latino and a section working class voters were for Hillary. The Black and white community in Boston and Cambridge pushed Obama in the winners circle for the cities. The machine of the governor did not deliver and the Boston Mayor’s machine failed Hillary. All and all the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is a divided state Clinton gaining 53 Delegates and Obama 33 Delegates. John Edwards got 2% of the vote.