(CNN)— Following Hillary Clinton’s victory in Pennsylvania’s primary, both Democrats spent Wednesday in the next critical battleground state: Indiana.
In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley reports on Barack Obama’s efforts to blunt the impact of Clinton’s victory, and how both candidates are working to reach Indiana voters ahead of the state’s May 6 primary.
Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider provides his analysis of the exit polls out of Pennsylvania, while Senior National Correspondent John King breaks down how the state’s demographics helped Clinton pull off a big win.
Meanwhile, John McCain is urging the North Carolina Republican Party not to air its new attack ad, which takes aim at Obama’s relationship with Rev. Jeremiah Wright. CNN’s Dana Bash travels with the presumptive Republican nominee as he travels to court some traditionally Democratic voters.
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