Over the weekend, both Democratic candidates for president crossed Pennsylvania trying to convince voters they were the best choice to lead the country into the future.
With the Pennsylvania primary tomorrow, Obama and Clinton were frantic over the last 72 hours hitting every local bar and factory trying to win votes. The first primary contest in almost a month has been a heated one to say the least.
Jabs were tossed back and forth from both candidates as the Rebpulican nominee was completely out of the news cycle all weekend. After their tenuous debate last week, it appears the Clinton-Obama fracas shows no signs of slowing. Regardless of the results in tomorrow’s contest, the Clinton campaign has vowed to continue until every last primary voter has cast their ballot.
When is that you ask? Why, it’s in June.
Obama supporters, with their candidate in the lead with popular votes and electoral votes, have been quietly to loudly encouraging Clinton to leave the race. Only if the Pennsylvania results are a blowout for Obama could it even beÂ considered that Clinton would drop out.