Obama, Clinton neck and neck

Hillary Clinton's once big lead in the Super Tuesday primaries has evaporated as Senator Barack Obama is surging as we go into tomorrow's vote.

The candidates are tied in California and the polls show a near dead heat in at least 5 other states. Obama has big leads in some southern primaries while Clinton shows strength in some border states as well as New York.

It is unlikely one candidate will dominate tomorrow. If that is the case, the Democratic race will move on to other big primaries later in the month including Louisiana/Washington on Saturday and Maryland/Virginia the following Tuesday.

Obama has been helped by a mild backlash against Bill Clinton's rough and tumble politics played in South Carolina last week. Fewer people would now like to see the former President back in the White House according
to this poll.

Both candidates have been punishing themselves with killer schedules with more multi-state visits expected today.
Hillary Clinton's once big lead in the Super Tuesday primaries has evaporated as Senator Barack Obama is surging as we go into tomorrow's vote.

The candidates are tied in California and the polls show a near dead heat in at least 5 other states. Obama has big leads in some southern primaries while Clinton shows strength in some border states as well as New York.

It is unlikely one candidate will dominate tomorrow. If that is the case, the Democratic race will move on to other big primaries later in the month including Louisiana/Washington on Saturday and Maryland/Virginia the following Tuesday.

Obama has been helped by a mild backlash against Bill Clinton's rough and tumble politics played in South Carolina last week. Fewer people would now like to see the former President back in the White House according
to this poll.

Both candidates have been punishing themselves with killer schedules with more multi-state visits expected today.