May 6th, 2008
08:30 AM ET
11 years ago

Indiana and North Carolina - the final round?

 Sen. Hillary Clinton poses with firefighters in Merrillville, Indiana, on Monday.

Sen. Hillary Clinton poses with firefighters in Merrillville, Indiana, on Monday.

(CNN) - It's another Tuesday, and two more states are holding primaries, but the outcome this time could truly be crucial to the Democratic presidential nomination battle between Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.

In all, 187 delegates are at stake in Indiana and North Carolina. Clinton, the junior senator from New York, knows that the results in these two states could shake up the race.

"This primary election on Tuesday is a game changer," Clinton said. "This is going to make a huge difference in what happens going forward. The entire country, probably even a lot of the world, is looking."

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soundoff (227 Responses)
  1. Audrey T

    Hillary is a living disaster and all you women who think you know it all have a big fat surprise coming your way.

    Obama for President he is the right candidate to bring this country together, while she separates it. Even the superdelegates know this and that is why he keeps getting endorsements, even those who have already endorsed her have moved over to him. Stop bluffing yourselves women, don't you'll want your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren to have a better life?

    May 6, 2008 12:10 pm at 12:10 pm |
  2. Texas Deb

    Obama doesn't have to prove a thing today. Hillary is the loser and has to win by 80% of the votes today!

    May 6, 2008 12:10 pm at 12:10 pm |
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