May 2nd, 2008
03:58 PM ET
5 years ago

Clinton, Obama stump for last minute votes

Sen. Hillary Clinton makes a campaign stop in Kinston, North Carolina, on Friday
Sen. Hillary Clinton makes a campaign stop in Kinston, North Carolina, on Friday

WASHINGTON (CNN) - Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama stumped for last-minute votes in Indiana and North Carolina Friday ahead of the states' Tuesday primaries.

New polls show Clinton narrowing Obama's lead in North Carolina, once seen as an easy win for Obama.

Polling in Indiana shows the two candidates running dead even.

"We are seeing terrific support all across Indiana and all across North Carolina ... I have no doubt these are going to be tight races. This campaign has been tight throughout," Obama said in Indianapolis, Indiana, Friday morning.

"But I am very confident the American people are looking for the kind of truth telling and serious policy making that is going to have an affect on heir lives, and as long as I'm talking about the issues."

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  1. Terri in ARKANSAS

    NORTH CAROLINA AND INDIANA GO WITH HILLARY!

    IF YOU GO WITH OBAMA YOU AGREE WITH THE REV WRIGHT!

    HE WILL BE THE NATIONS PASTOR IF OBAMA IS VOTED IN.

    HILLARY OR MCCAIN

    OBAMA SHOULD NOT EVEN BE A CHOICE.

    May 2, 2008 08:31 pm at 8:31 pm |
  2. Brian

    Vote for change.... Vote for change.... no more of the same

    May 2, 2008 08:35 pm at 8:35 pm |
  3. indigogrrl

    the latest wright thing was totally staged ... he did his thing, Obama got to denounce him just in time...and then exit stage left. If he was really trying to "bring him down" he would still be talking ...yet here we are days later and no response from the spurned Rev Wright....

    what a sham ....

    May 2, 2008 08:43 pm at 8:43 pm |
  4. Hannah

    Truth telling? Did he just say truth telling? This is the same person that said he never heard his pastor utter any of those statements. I can live without that kind of truth telling, thanks very much.

    May 2, 2008 08:59 pm at 8:59 pm |
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