WASHINGTON (AP) — If numbers don’t lie, the Democratic presidential race is proving they can confuse: Both campaigns claim they are ahead in the popular vote….
by Maggie Van Ostrand
On this morning’s Today Show, Hillary Clinton bragged about winning Philadelphia over Barack Obama by a double digit ten per cent.
Except it wasn’t ten per cent, it was 9.4. Close Hillary, but no cigar (no Monica pun intended).
On one of her Indiana stump speeches Wednesday, she boasted “I won the popular vote in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida and Michigan.”
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama entered the final phase of an increasingly nasty U.S. presidential fight on Wednesday, with Clinton saying her decisive Pennsylvania win proved she was the best candidate to lead the Democrats back to the White House.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton won the most delegates in Pennsylvania’s Democratic primary, but Sen. Barack Obama limited her gains….