The latest news on Pennsylvania
Hillary Clinton has emerged as a far better candidate than Barack Obama and is riding a strong wave of momentum because of her victory in the Pennsylvania presidential primary yesterday, says top Clinton strategist Geoff Garin.
The critical primary's results make the decision for superdelegates even tougher.
Clinton's win gives her momentum, but highlights the problems for both Democrats' campaigns.
And she wins. Hillary Clinton pulled off a campaign-saving victory last night in Pennsylvania, beating rival Barack Obama by about 10 points. "Some counted me out and said to drop out," she told supporters in Philadelphia.
Today—six weeks after it all began—the polls are open and Pennsylvania voters finally get a chance to choose between the two bickering Democratic candidates. Hillary Clinton was the early favorite in the Keystone State, but since the campaigning in Pennsylvania, polls show Barack Obama has chiseled into her lead.
Today Pennsylvania will get another heavy dose of presidential politics as the Clintons—Hillary, Bill, and Chelsea—and Barack Obama and his surrogates crisscross the Keystone State one last time before tomorrow's primary. Hillary Clinton and her family will have separate campaign stops and then join up in Philadelphia.
With the state's crucial primary Tuesday, both candidates are going negative in a last effort for votes
Even amid the "bitter" controversy over remarks that have the potential to alienate some Pennsylvania voters, Sen. Barack Obama may still be able to attract the support of one important Pennsylvania demographic.
Although Clinton is ahead in polls, her lead is slipping in the crucial state
Recent polling suggests my projections are no longer realistic.