From the Las Vegas Sun:
Dennis Kucinich may not be a presidential contender, but he is still a winner among his Cleveland constituents.
The Ohio liberal won 50 percent of the vote in a five-way Democratic congressional primary Tuesday, beating back critics who said he ignored business at home to travel the country in his quest to be president.
The six-term incumbent will face former state Rep. Jim Trakas, who won 80 percent of Republican votes cast in the northeast Ohio district. Kucinich's race was the best-known congressional contest on ballots in Ohio and Texas on Tuesday.
Other races included a fight for the nomination to challenge Sen. John Cornyn in Texas. In Vermont, voters in one community approved a measure calling for the arrest of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney.