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Hoosier State Prepares for Important Primary

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Hoosier State Prepares for Important Primary

Election 2008

Hoosier State Prepares for Important Primary

Hoosier State Prepares for Important Primary

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In the ongoing battle to earn the Democratic presidential nomination, the primary race now moves to Indiana and North Carolina, states that both host primaries on May 6. Indiana, however, is where the race appears to be closest between Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.

Renee Montagne talks with Indianapolis Star columnist Matthew Tully about the possible outcome of the upcoming primary.