(CNN)—The Democratic race goes on following the split outcome of the primaries in Indiana and North Carolina.
In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley reports on what’s next for Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton as one high profile supporter pushes for the New York Democrat to quit. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider looks at whether or not there is a red-blue division among the Democratic Party, while Chief National Correspondent John King breaks down the delegate numbers.
Presumptive Republican nominee John McCain seems to be focusing more on Barack Obama as a fall opponent than Hillary Clinton. McCain’s aides weigh in as speculation swirls that some of Clinton’s supporters will vote for McCain if she isn’t the Democratic nominee. CNN’s Dana Bash has the details.
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(CNN)—In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley gives an overview of the Democrats effort across the map, as the number of remaining Democratic primary contests slides into the single digits.
Meanwhile, race and gender still weigh heavily on the minds of many voters. CNN’s Brian Todd has details, while CNN’s Jessica Yellin gives a preview of what’s at stake for Clinton and Obama in North Carolina.
Finally, John McCain served up some tough criticism of the Bush administration Thursday, condemning its widely-criticized response to Hurricane Katrina - one sign the presumptive Republican nominee may be working to distance himself from the president. CNN’s Dana Bash traveled with McCain to New Orleans, the latest stop on his tour of ‘forgotten America.’