Huckabee Looks for Votes in Ohio
Mike Huckabee tells Ohioans the race is not over yet. He concluded a day of campaigning in the state by urging supporters Tuesday evening to get out the vote for him in the March 4 primary. He said Republicans deserve an election, not a coronation.
He says what he calls "Hucka-math" shows that John McCain has not locked up enough delegates to clinch the nomination. Huckabee also says competition is good for the party, and that he wants to debate McCain.
Huckabee also played guitar on the rock song, "Born to be Wild," at the rally in the suburban southwest Ohio city of Mason.