The primaries in Pennsylvania have began to take place and Voters are now choosing between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
Tuesday, April 22, 2008 the primaries in Pennsylvania have began to take place and Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are ready. Clinton who seems to be a little weary as to whether she'll win felt it necessary for her to state "Well, I have to win," to ABC. "I believe that's my task. And I'm going to do everything I can to win."
"I'm going to work as hard as I can between now and the times the polls close to encourage people to get out and vote and make sure that they're going to help pick the next president," she told reporters during a stop in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.
Obama who's currently leading in the delegate count -- 1,648 to 1,504 according to CNN Politics seems to be confident that he can pull it off with his outlook on "change" and "hope" after the past few presidents have failed to deliver what they have promised American people.
Hillary Clinton who's following behind Obama will have to win Pennsylvania to move on with her campaign and if she does Obama will be hit will a curve ball and this will inturn help her prove she can win the traditional Democratic constituencies which is needed to win the election. But if she loses and just pulls in too little, then maybe she'll have to fold her campaign and say farewell.
Analysts are currently believing that Obama may well pull it off due to Philadelphia having a large African-American population, having the city's suburbs behind him, the recent large number of new voters who have registered and the recent backing of the state's only Democratic senator, Bob Casey Jr.
When the primaries are over in the Penn state, the next scheduled locations are Indiana and North Carolina in two weeks.