Catch today's campaign highlights.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - Obama in New Hampshire, McCain and Clinton in South Carolina, Romney in Florida, and Edwards in New York - catch the latest highlights from the campaign trail on today's edition of "Race to '08."
– Strategic Vision poll Hillary ties with Obama at 29 points each in Iowa.
– Rasmussen poll – Hillary beats Obama by 24 points in the national poll.
Hillary is electable. She only needs to win one more state than John Kerry of 2004 to become the next president in 2009.
George Bush beat John Kerry by 20% in Kentucky during the 2004 presidential election and beat Gore by 15% in 2000. But if the 2008 presidential race is between Rudy Giuliani and Hillary Clinton, Clinton would win Kentucky 48% to 44% increasing her lead from 2% in October according to the latest Survey USA poll.
Clinton leads against all Republican candidates in Kentucky.
New Mexico was a tight race in both 2000 and 2004 and Hillary Clinton holds leads against all Republican candidates except for John McCain.
Couple this information with yesterday's info on the Democrats gaining an advantage in Indiana and its starting to look like Hillary will be sworn into the White House in 2009.