COLUMBUS, Ohio (CNN) - Hillary Clinton drew the early support of much of Ohio's Democratic Party and most of its high-wattage politicians. And she was the overwhelming choice of the blue-collar workers who form much of the state's Democratic base.
Barack Obama had his own staunch - if slightly less high-profile - Ohio loyalists: Valli Frausto and Jeanine Michael.
Now the Illinois senator has national momentum, and the resources to outspend Clinton on television advertising here by roughly 2-to-1. Still, as Tuesday's primary approaches and the battleground shifts from the airwaves to the the task of turning out the vote, the passion of a candidate's ground troops, not the size of the war chest, might be the most critical ingredient for success.
– CNN Associate Political Editor Rebecca Sinderbrand
Barack hussain Obama continues his crusade that would have handed the White house to the Neo cons if he had won Texas and Ohio.
He has a big ego and little experience. For example just a few months ago he said the U.S. should bomb the hostile tribes in northern Pakistan. Only problem is for those who dont know(perhaps obama) Pakistan is a very volitile Nuclear armed allie.
Vote to take back our dear white house. Vote Hillary. Vote to win think!
There was a point I was going to vote for Hillary. But Obama will bring about greater change. Do we really need another 4 years of Clintons?
Wake up America!
Obama is not muslim!
THE RESPONSE FOR CLINTONS LAST NEGATIVE ADD SHOULD BE:
" WERE WERE YOU HILARY WHEN YOUR HUSBAND WAS A PRESIDENT AND WAS IN THE OVAL OFFICE HAVING SEX WITH SOMEONE ELSE?"