(CNN)— Following Tuesday’s primaries in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island and Vermont the Democratic party remains split between Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, Jessica Yellin reports on the newest efforts by the Democrats to define their differences and gain the necessary competitive edge.
John McCain officially clinched the number of delegates required to claim his parties nomination following victories in Tuesday’s primaries and gained the unexpected support of President Bush. CNN’s Dana Bash reports on why President Bush held off his endorsement until now and whether his backing will help or hurt McCain this fall.
Meanwhile, fresh off her wins in Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island, Hillary Clinton seems to have gained back some momentum. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider breaks down the numbers and explains how she pulled of the big wins despite being down in the polls.
The Democrats are moving forward claiming Pennsylvania as the next critical state in the nominating process. CNN’s Jim Acosta reports on what the candidates are doing to woo Pennsylvania’s voters before the state’s April 22 primary.
Finally, despite Hillary Clinton’s victory in the Texas primary the results in the caucuses are still unclear. Internet Reporter Abbi Tatton reports on the frustration of Texas caucus goers over the lack of organization at caucus sites.
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