Sunday, February 17, 2008

JS Online: NewsWatch

JS Online: NewsWatch: "Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton has scaled back her Wisconsin campaign schedule by a full day, and is now planning to leave the state after Monday morning instead of Tuesday morning. The move suggests the campaign does not think it can overtake rival Barack Obama here."
Indeed it does. And Clinton was campaigning hard here as late as Friday, because she was in Kenosha then. I heard about it on a Wisconsin radio station that we get up here near the border.

Losing WI is an indication of a campaign in trouble, because as the article notes the polls had this a close race, and this is a state where Clinton should be strong. But apparently the campaign's internal polling must be telling them something. So it is off to Texas and Ohio, I guess.

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