Greenwood, Indiana (AP) Barack Obama says he feels good about primaries today in North Carolina and Indiana, but thinks it's going to be close.
Obama began today by dropping in on a family restaurant in the Indianapolis suburb of Greenwood, Indiana. Sitting at the counter and having an omelet, Obama chatted with patrons, telling them that he's seeing a lot of enthusiasm.
Hillary Rodham Clinton told a late night rally in Evansville the issue is “jobs, jobs, jobs.”
There is little if any expectation that today's primaries will settle the race between Obama and Clinton, as both candidates have predicted they'll still be campaigning in June.
Altogether, 187 delegates are at stake in the two states.
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