Make it 10 in a row.
The Senator from Illinois that is making history with each primary issued a knock-out punch last night in the Wisconsin and Hawaii primaries for the Democratic presidential nomination.
By winning in both contests by double digits, it appears Obama is beginning to break away from Senator Hillary Clinton in their battle for the nomination. Although their delegate counts are still quite similar, the momentum is clearly changed.
With contests in Texas and Ohio on the horizon, this battle could be a little clearer after the March 4 primaries in both those battleground states.
Watch for Clinton to make some drastic moves in the coming days including her debate with Obama on CNN on Thursday.
Should she get mean? Should she get more pointed? Her advisors are discussing those very issues right now.