Tomorrow is the Pennsylvania primary, so naturally, we must talk about it.
• Sen. Hillary Clinton was at Penn State Sunday, speaking to 1,500 supporters—many of whom waited in the pouring rain for more than an hour. Clinton hit all the typical talking points in her 45-minute speech—green jobs, universal healthcare, war in Iraq, No Child Left Behind, and student loans—and also wove in a funny the-joke-is-on-you-kids anecdote about 2 percent interest way back when she was in law school.
• Student government leaders from the University of Pennsylvania, Temple, Villanova, and Haverford jointly endorsed Sen. Barack Obama—to the dismay of some of their peers who say the campus leaders are using their influence to advocate personal positions, the Daily Pennsylvanian reports. "I see this as the best-written media ploy," said the president of Penn's College Republicans of the head of its student government. "If he's not writing [the endorsement] as a student body president, then nobody really cares."