88% Indiana: Hillary Leads By 38,311 Votes

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Barack, Democrats, Hillary, Indiana

It’s starting to tighten.

Clinton – 574,643 – 52%
Obama – 536,332 – 48%

Lake County is going to start reporting in about 25 minutes.

However…

Washington Post is now reporting that the mayor of Gary, Indiana is saying that Lake County turned out overwhelming for Obama and it could turn this on its head. In fact, the mayor is making VERY bold claims. I don’t have a link yet, but I’m searching for it.


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2 Responses to “88% Indiana: Hillary Leads By 38,311 Votes”

  1. TheMiddle Says:

    Is this it?

    http://blog.washingtonpost.com/the-trail/2008/05/06/gary_mayor_predicts_possible_i.html

  2. TheMiddle Says:

    Down to 20K with 91%.

    Probably from the city proper, so she will likely win some of that back.

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