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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

And the winner is ...

Posted By on Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 7:38 PM

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DBI requests an open line to talk about the Pa. primary and other stuff.

(Personally, I'm still waiting for promised inside info on the weird Malvern reward story.)

UPDATE: Hillary will win, the margin is uncertain. Following is another report (along with phone photo of a Clinton supporter's car) from my daughter, Martha, a devoted Hillary volunteer, who was in Scranton today.:

Scranton was amazing today. Every precinct got walked three times. I don't care what her unfavorables are, there are so many people who love her. From a black 13-year-old aspiring politician who cut school to lobby for her to a 90-year-old Catholic woman who couldn't believe she met a Jew today to teachers and nurses and schoolteachers in between - she has such support.


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