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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, February 23, 2000 - 7

~McCain rebounds from S.C. loss with

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PRIMARY
Continued from Page 1
But McCain supporters said they did
not approve of Lemmons' actions.
"He has a beef with the governor,"
(aid state Rep. John Pappageorge (R-
Royal Oak), the only other Michigan
legislator to attend McCain's victory
party. "It's wrong for him to enter that
into presidential politics."
. Pappageorge said Lemmons proba-
bly served to help Bush. "He helped
get the Republican vote out," he said.
Despite Bush's defeat, campaign
officials for the Texas governor insist-
ed that although lie did not win the
Zopular vote, they are expecting him
S win a majority of the 58 delegate
Votes. Ten at-large delegates go to the
winner and the remaining 48 are
awarded by congressional district.
"Let's count all the ballots tomor-
row," Engler said.
"The ultimate aim here is to win
delegates," Knollenberg said. "We're
prepared as Bush supporters to win the
16 mini-races within the state."
McCain officials were unsure of the
status of delegate votes but said the
win means much more for the morale

of the campaign. "This gives us great
momentum," said Mike Hudome,
McCain's Michigan adviser.
But supporters of the Texas gover-
nor are not concerned about the
momentum that this election could
bring to McCain. "I don't think you
can gauge momentum when it's based
on a Democratic turnout," said Michi-
gan House Speaker Chuck Perricone
(R-Kalamazoo Twp.).
Bush's campaign officials insisted
McCain will not be able to ride
momentum from yesterday's win to the
party nomination.
"It may give him a bump, but I
wouldn't underestimate the George
Bush and is organization for Super
Tuesday," said state Rep. Andrew
Raczkowski (R-Farmington Hills).
Engler said a breakdown of the
votes reveals a silver lining for George
W Bush.
"I think there is pretty bad news for
(McCain) out of Michigan," Engler
said. "George Bush got more Republi-
can votes today than any other candi-
date in our entire state's history"
"You can't nominate a guy who's
running against the party," said Jim
Alexander, head of Engler's southeast

Michigan office.
Although Bush officials were con-
cerned with the fact that Democrats
voted in large numbers, Engler said,
"They did it by the book."
Officials from both camps argued that
McCain's ability to draw in voters was
beneficial to the Republican party.
There were "a whole bunch of new peo-
ple for the first time," Pappageorge said.
"That's good news for the Republicans."
"I would like to argue that they're
coming into the Republican Party,"
Engler said.
"I think Michigan voters made the
right choice," said LSA junior Gloria
Santrucek, who traveled to Novi with
14 other members of Students for
McCain. "They recognize who the
future leader is."
Despite Bush's loss in Michigan,
Students for Bush members said the
high voter turnout was encouraging.
"More people are getting involved
in the political process," said Students
for Bush member Julie Marcal, an
LSA sophomore.
Michigan is the largest state to have
had a primary so far, carrying more
delegate votes than South Carolina,
Iowa and New Hampshire.

ENGLER
Continued from Page 1
starkly different from four days ago when he was shaking off
an 11 -point defeat to Bush in the South Carolina primary.
"It's a huge shot in the arm," Ballenger said. "He'd have
been dead if he didn't win here."
University political science emeritus Prof. Samuel Elder-
sveld said he thought the McCain victory could translate
into more Republican votes for the Arizona senator.
"He may get more support from Republicans as a result
of his demonstration that he can really draw the votes,"
Eldersveld said. "Some may say he will attract more
Democrats and independents in the general election"
Communications studies Prof. Michael Traugott said he
believes McCain's win in Michigan places Republicans in a
very difficult situation.
"This is a very interesting bind the Republicans have them-
selves in, Traugott said. "It is true that the results have shown
VOTERMS
Continued from Page 1'
at all. I don't agree with McCain on a
lot of issues and I will vote for (Demo-
cratic candidate Bill) Bradley," she
said.
Anti-Bush sentiments did not
appear to be typical among those who
voted for McCain.
LSA freshman Bryan Hunkele, an"
independent, said he voted for McCain
because he felt the Arizona senators
was the best Republican candidate.
"I don't like Bush's record as Texas
governor. McCain is a lot more liberal
than Bush," he said.
Hunkele added that he was not plan-
ning to vote in the March 11 Democra-
tic Caucus. State Democratic Party
rules prohibit anyone who voted in the ANN
open primary from participating in the,
caucus.'
Engineering sophomore Kenneth
Chomistek was one of many in the 338 S. St
Ann Arbor area who voted for Bush.9/ -
Chomistek, who described him- http://www
self as a "life-long Republican," said
he preferred Bush's politics to
McCain's.
"It seems like McCain falls back too
much on the fact that he was a P.O.W.,"
he said.
LSA junior Allen Foulkes attempt-
ed to vote yesterday, but was turned
away because he was not registered tof
vote at the polling place he visited.
Like many University students,
Foulkes is registered at his parents'
home district.
Franke said he had to turn many stu-
dents away who attempted to vote at
the Union polling site.
"They don't realize that your voting
place is determined by your address.
There are so many precincts in Ann
Arbor," Franke said.
Foulkes, who said he would have
voted for McCain, was irritated that he
couldn't vote in Ann Arbor. D
"A lot of people at the University
didn't get a chance to vote and there
are a lot of people here with some
good opinions. We're not some com-
munity college," Foulkes said.

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Voter News Service exit polls last night indicated that
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