She got a front-page display in The Miami Herald, but her picture was buried in The New York Times and USA Today. She did make the bottom of the front page of The Washington Post.
Looking at the way the national media treated Hillary Clinton's victory in Florida tells you something about the impact of her delegate-free, uncontested victory in Florida.
Some Obama supporters are wondering why Clinton got equal treatment with Republican winner John McCain on the Herald's front page, when the stakes in the races were so uneven. No doubt many Democratic readers would have called to complain had she not been out front.
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