Election 2008

Ind., N.C. Votes Are In; Is Hillary Clinton Out?

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Barack Obama wins the North Carolina primary by double digits, while Hillary Clinton narrowly captures Indiana. Is her victory enough to keep Clinton in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination?

For insight, Farai Chideya talks with NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving.



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