From The Star:
OTTAWA — Official results from Liberal delegate elections confirm that Michael Ignatieff enjoys a comfortable — but not insurmountable — 10-point lead over his nearest rival for the party's leadership.
The rookie MP and acclaimed scholar captured 30.2 per cent of some 4,300 delegates chosen three weeks ago attend the Liberal leadership convention in Montreal in December.
Bob Rae, a former Ontario NDP premier, won 20.3 per cent, followed closely by former Ontario education minister Gerard Kennedy with 17.3 per cent and former federal minister Stephane Dion with 16 per cent.
Comfortable, but not insurmountable. Keep saying these words.