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BREAKING 12:15pm 4-21-08 Penn Primary Looms Large for Dems: "Must-Win Big" for Clinton
(By: Tom Pace, Talk of the Town) BREAKING POLITICS: 12:15pm 4-21-08 The "Keystone State" may hold the key that unlocks the door for the Democratic Presidential nominee. Both senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have jabbed at each other using negative attack ads and mail-outs, targeting Pennsylvania voters for Tuesday's primary election, according to CNN.
With 158 delegates at stake, the April 22nd primary looms large especially for Hillary Clinton, who is in a "must-win" situation now, according to most political anaylsts.
Both candidates have been launching waves of robocalls, tough mailers and matching attack ads, spending an estimated hundreds of thousands of dollars a day. Obama has outspent his rival in Pennsylvania, thanks in part to his hefty fundraising.
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