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Despite last week’s polling that showed a tightening race in North Carolina, Barack Obama rolled up a decisive victory there while Hillary Clinton holds a narrower lead in Indiana. Did Obama do what he had to do tonight to stabilize his campaign in the wake of the controversy involving his former pastor? Did Hillary Clinton do what she had to do to sustain the momentum of her last big win in Pennsylvania? Do the candidates have any new arguments to make to superdelegates based on tonight’s returns? Will this race stop when the voting stops in June or will it go all the way to the convention? Lawrence O'Donnell guest hosts.

 

Producers:
Karen Radziner
Sonya Geis

Main Topic With a Split Decision in Tonight’s Election Returns, Who is the Real Winner? 50 MIN, 5 SEC
Barack Obama won a double digit victory in North Carolina tonight. Hillary Clinton is on her way to a narrower victory in Indiana. With Obama now within 200 delegates of securing the nomination, does Clinton still have a chance to catch up?

Guests:
John Mercurio, Senior Editor, The Hotline
David Mark, Politico (@DMarkPOLITICO)
James McCann, Political Science Professor at Purdue University
Kerry Haynie, Professor of Political Science, Duke University

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