In the beginning counts of the Pennsylvania primaries, the initial numbers are showing Clinton leading over Senator Barack Obama. As more votes come in we'll know who Pennsylvania favors.
In the beginning counts of the Pennsylvania primaries, the initial numbers are showing Clinton at a 53% to 47% latest lead over Senator Barack Obama. The two presidential hopefuls brought in a record number of voters from all across the state of Pennsylvania. According to reports, many older voters showed up in support of Clinton while Obama seemed to have brought out the younger voters in record numbers.
So we know that older voters seem to favor Clinton and younger voters seem to favor Obama, but at this point, we don't know who the average voters in the Pennsylvania favor until all ballots have been accounted for.
Pennsylvania is being referred to as 'the last of the large states' with 158 delegates at stake. It is the largest state remaining of the primaries which end on June 3.
In the wake of the Pennsylvania primaries, Clinton's campaign has been said to be in jeopardy of possibly being harmed by the presidential hopeful's husband and former president Bill Clinton who is in the news for first denying then defending his recent statement that Obama campaign pulling a 'race card'. The comments of race have been stirred up by an audio interview with WHYY where the former president is caught on tape using profanity at the end of the audio interview after making his comments regarding the issue.
Meanwhile, Barack Obama is making headlines after his official campaign site was hacked by a prankster earlier who redirected visitors from my.barackobama.com to Hillary Clinton's campaign site.