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Clinton, Obama say the other is being negative
By Jeff Mason
33 minutes ago
BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania (Reuters) – With two days to go before a crucial U.S. presidential vote, Democrats Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton campaigned through Pennsylvania on Sunday as the former first lady got the support of one of her fiercest critics.

Tuesday’s primary to help pick the Democratic candidate against Republican John McCain in November’s presidential election is the first contest in six weeks and has become a major test in the race to the party’s nomination.

Clinton, a New York senator, leads in state polls but Obama, an Illinois senator, has cut into her one-time double-digit lead in recent weeks.

With less than 48 hours to go before the polls open, the two campaigned vigorously around the state”

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Undecided superdelegates don’t feel bound by primaries
By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER, Associated Press Writer
58 minutes ago
WASHINGTON – Many of the Democratic superdelegates who are still undecided say the most important factor in their decision is simple — they just want a winner in November.

Problem is, after nearly four months of primaries and caucuses in 46 states, territories and the District of Columbia, they still aren’t sure who that is, don’t seem be in any hurry to make up their minds and aren’t interested in any artificial process that might force them to choose between Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Most of the more than 100 undecided superdelegates who discussed their decision-making with The Associated Press in the past two weeks agreed that the primaries and caucuses d”

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