West Chester, Pa. (AP) It's the final weekend before Pennsylvania's pivotal Democratic primary and the presidential candidates are in full motion, one of them on a train.
In Philadelphia, Barack Obama clambered aboard a shiny royal blue train car Saturday morning for a daylong whistle-stop tour. He's aiming to stall Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign in a state where polls have found her with a persistent if shrinking advantage. Obama pulled the train whistle and settled in for the ride, with flags and bunting hanging from the back of the car.
Clinton spoke at a 175-year old fire house in West Chester, first of five stops in her day. She said she's not out to fire people up with “whoop dee do speeches” but wants them thinking hard about the future.
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