Tonight – Pennsylvania!
Anderson anchors primary coverage along with Wolf Blitzer, Campbell Brown, Lou Dobbs and Soledad O'Brien and John King takes his place at the Magic Wall.
CNN Sr. Political Analyst – and all-around great guy – Bill Schneider has agreed to take a crack at live blogging tonight. Prior to 10p ET you can read his blog posts throughout the evening on the Political Ticker.
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Our Political Producer Sasha Johnson is reporting the Clinton campaign says they raised $500,000 on the internet from 8 p.m. – 9 p.m.
@ Doug Messer, I am not offended. You have a good grasp of history.
I am with you on this one!
@ Moderator: Good Night and Be Well!
So Obama outspent Hillary 5 to 1 and she still beat him by 10% points. What would the results be if they had even money . . . I will not vote for Obama if he wins the nomination. I don't want him learning how to be a national politician on the job.
Janna> I hope if Obama doesn't get the nom, he will do all that he can to make sure Hillary is put into office. I just have a hunch that a lot of Obama supporters feel as though its Obama or nothing. No polls to back that up, but just from things I've read and people I've talked to. I have faith that if Hillary doesn't win, she will do all she can for Obama, she has the track record to support that.
I do not think Obama has what it takes to be as great as Kennedy, Roosevelt, etc. He just doesn't have it.
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