(CNN)—The Democratic presidential candidates are entering the primary finale Monday. In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley reports on how Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are planning their next moves after Tuesday’s closing primaries in South Dakota and Montana.
Hillary Clinton continues to make her popular vote pitch Monday. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider explains what is behind the New York Senator’s argument that she is leading Barack Obama in the popular vote count.
Plus: CNN’s John Roberts gives you a preview of what different delegate outcomes of the South Dakota and Montana primaries could mean for Obama and Clinton.
Finally: Senator Edward Kennedy’s surgeon says Monday’s operation to remove a malignant brain tumor was successful. CNN Chief Medical Correspondent, Doctor Sanjay Gupta explains what Sen. Kennedy could face in the coming weeks and months.
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