Gallup: Clinton v. Obama education gap?
Here's Tuesday's headlines in the presidential campaign from The Associated Press:
McCain wants to shift health insurance from employers to marketplace
Clinton picks up prized endorsement in North Carolina ahead of May 6 Democratic primary
Kentucky Rep. Ben Chandler endorses Obama in presidential race
Heated presidential campaign increasingly souring Democrats on rival candidates (Here's another take on that very theme:)
Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton are statistically tied nationally in the Democratic presidential race, according to the latest Gallup Poll Daily tracking update.
THE DELEGATE BREAKDOWN
Barack Obama: 1728.5
Hillary Rodham Clinton: 1594.5
ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL
John McCain gives a speech on health care in Tampa, Fla. Hillary Rodham Clinton tours a factory and holds meetings in Indiana. Barack Obama meets with voters and played hoops with the University of North Carolina basketball team in North Carolina.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“There’s been lots of ’Yes we can, yes we should.’ Hillary Clinton is ready to deliver.” — North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley, in announcing his support for Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton.
STAT OF THE DAY
Forty-four percent of the Democratic-leaning respondents in an AP-Ipsos poll said the protracted Democratic presidential primary will hurt their party’s chances in November; more supporters of Barack Obama than backers of Hillary Rodham Clinton said they had that fear.
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