Some White House officials want to embrace victors in parliament; others don't want to abandon Musharraf.
Pakistan's president lost his final base of support in Monday's parliamentary election.
The opposition wins by a landslide in a surprisingly smooth election, as Musharraf allies concede defeat.
In Punjab, which picks 148 of 272 parliamentary seats on Feb. 18, many remain undecided.
Her party is expected to do well in Feb. 18 parliamentary polls, analysts say.
Three political clans introduce the next generation of leaders.
Top critic Nawaz Sharif says President Pervez Musharraf hopes to silence the opposition ahead of Feb. 18 elections
The slain ex-prime minister's political party hopes to end the controversy over new party leader, Asif Ali Zardari, ahead of Feb. 18 elections.
With elections there postponed until Feb. 18, and turmoil unabated, the Bush administration evaluates its options for spurring its war-on-terror ally toward greater democracy.