hillary clinton pennsylvania primary

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Pennsylvania was the largest state of the five holding contests Tuesday.
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"We won't see a presidential candidate like Bernie again in our lifetimes." As I heard these words, spoken by a woman at a Sanders campaign event recently, I felt a chill go through me. Because I knew she was right. We won't.
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Hillary must continue to draw contrasts with Obama, raise questions about the nature and extent of his associations with Rev. Wright and terrorist leader William Ayers, and raise more questions about his values in comparison with hers.
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The Democrats are growing ever more desperate about the Attack of the 50 Foot Woman. With gas prices out of control, with
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The Texas and Ohio results persuaded me that the Bradley Effect is real, and the Clinton campaign has been successful in characterizing Obama as a primarily "black" candidate.
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She started with a lead of almost 20 points. But her final margin of 9.2% fell far short of what was needed to stop Obama's nomination. Here's why.
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Here we go again. Stomp on Hillary for winning. The critics are downplaying Clinton's victory, dismissing any triumph as meaningless, and suggesting once again that she drop out.
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After last night, despite an apparent ten point victory in Pennsylvania, Hillary Clinton is no longer electable in a general election.
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Alas, there are no answers, other than from the Obama campaign (not a secret fundraising scheme) or Abercrombie (please, as
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Bob Cesca: Pennsylvania Primary: Liveblogging the Results Hillary Clinton won Pennsylvania, but many Democratic primary voters
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The state has a two-part primary ballot, with voters choosing a presidential candidate and also picking from a slate of local
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Hillary Clinton will win Pennsylvania. Arguments over the meaning or meaninglessness of her win will dominate MSM and stretch bandwidth to its breaking point. We'll all lose our minds.
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With Sen. Hillary Clinton widely expected to win Pennsylvania's Democratic primary on Tuesday, most of the focus is on the
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Hillary Clinton didn't win Pennsylvania, she survived. Long enough for another attempt to nail that elusive quadruple on the flying trapeze. But the net is gone and the clock is ticking.
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Those who continue to pretend race is not a major factor in this campaign are deliberately averting their eyes from a very powerful force in the Democratic primary.
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The nationwide popular vote race is significant because it represents Clinton's only chance for a winning argument to superdelegates who will ultimately decide the outcome.
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Hillary Clinton was forced to cut her normal stump speech short when a chatty and meddlesome crowd kept her from grasping