At long last the Pennsylvania Primary is finally upon us. It has seemed like months since the last primary which speaks to the issue that the primary season is far too long. In this contentious battle for delegates between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama the questions remains as the Keystone State goes to the polls, can Hillary beat Obama by a wide enough margin to make Super Delegates question Obama’s electability? Will Hillary Clinton in the final stages of the primaries catch or draw nearer to Obama in the popular vote?
Hillary Clinton’s internal polls have her up by double digits. Barack Obama has all but conceded victory in PA, stating that, “I’m not predicting a win. I’m predicting it’s going to be close and that we are going to do a lot better than people expect.”
Controlled excitement is building inside of Clinton’s inner circle as closely guarded internal polling shows the former first lady with an 11-point lead in Pennsylvania!
Clinton is polling near to nearly 2 to 1 over Obama in many regions of the state, a top insider explained to the DRUDGE REPORT.
A strong coalition of middle-class and religious voters has all but secured a Clinton victory Tuesday, with headline-making margins, the campaign believes.
“It’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of how much,” a senior campaign source said Monday morning.
Will it be close in Pennsylvania as some are predicting or will it be the much needed double digit win that the Clinton camp desperately needs? Tune in later tonight for poll results.