Undated (AP) Hillary Rodham Clinton refuses to speculate about what the future holds for her presidential campaign if she doesn't score a decisive victory over Barack Obama in today's Pennsylvania primary.
Voter surveys suggest Obama has managed to cut into what had been a substantial advantage for Clinton in the keystone state. Clinton said on NBC'S “Today” show the margin of victory doesn't matter, and she questioned whether Obama could win in a big state like Pennsylvania.
But Obama predicted on the same show that he would do well in big states in the general election, adding that “there's no chance” that democrats would lose in states like Pennsylvania, California and New York.
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