Election 2008: On the Campaign Trail

Perceptions of Obama Shift with Strong Week

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One week ago, Barack Obama's campaign was shadowed with doubts about his durability as a candidate and his electability in the fall. But a big win in North Carolina and a strong showing in Indiana served him well, as did a steady flow of superdelegates in his direction. Now he appears poised to win the nomination.



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