Barack Obama on a Roll and with the Momentum … Hillary Clinton Left Scratching her Head and Making Campaign Changes
Think Hillary Clinton and her campaign are not worried … think again.
After this Saturday’s clean Democratic primary sweep in Nebraska, Louisiana and Washington state, Barack Obama finds himself with a narrow pledged delegate lead and all the momentum. Full delegate count can be found HERE.
Sen. Barack Obama swept Saturday’s Democratic contests, giving him considerable momentum heading into Sunday’s Maine caucuses and three primaries Tuesday.
With Obama’s wins in Louisiana, Nebraska, Washington and the Virgin Islands on Saturday, the Illinois senator took the pledged-delegate lead over rival Sen. Hillary Clinton — 918-885, according to CNN calculations as of Sunday afternoon.
Following that momentum, Barack Obama has an early lead in today’s Maine caucuses. One thing is for certain, if Obama wins the caucus it will not be because he won the black vote.
With 11 percent of the participating precincts reporting, Obama had a narrow lead over Clinton, 175 to 168, with four uncommitted.
Also, in Tuesday’s primary Barack Obama has a sizable lead in the Virginia polls over Hillary Clinton, 53 percent to 37 percent. One thing is for certain, Hillary Clinton never in a million years, nor $5 million loaned campaign dollars thought she would still be battling for her parties nomination. As Barack Obama wows crowds, Hillary Clinton finds herself replacing her campaign manager Patti Solis Doyle
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