The New York Times has launched a stand-alone election app, including the latest poll numbers, candidate information, state-by-state updates and the top headlines from both The Times and other websites. Watch for more stand-alone election apps from other news organizations coming soon.
Slate’s delegate calculator shows what it would take for Clinton to win.
Some interesting coverage of the Ohio and Texas primaries and the race in general…
Tinker is a new intelligent news aggregator that uses A.I.-like technology to determine your interests and then adapts to show you the news stories you will find most interesting, reports ReadWriteWeb.
Some interesting examples of election coverage online tonight…
Google has created a chart with election results and a map that displays posts from Twitter about Super Tuesday, both of which you can embed on your site.
MSNBC.com is making it easy for your site to post election results and delegate counts on your website with a new widget that automatically updates as candidates win more delegates.
MTV’s army of Street Team ’08 citizen journalists will cover the youth vote across the country on Feb. 5 with live mobile-to-web broadcasts from polling stations, caucuses and candidate rallies.
The Associated Press has launched an new election-coverage project called “The Measure of a Nation,” from Ron Fournier (one of HotSoup.com’s founders) and Ted Anthony (who ran the recently deceased ASAP service).