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Hillary Clinton won big in Pennsylvania, but was it big enough to change the momentum of the campaign? Even after her decisive ten-point victory last night over Barack Obama, why are most political analysts still giving her no more than 10% chance of winning the Democratic presidential nomination? Guest host Lawrence O'Donnell talks about when and how the super-delegates will have to intervene to pick a winner. Tonight's WWLA is a re-cut of this morning's To The Point .

Producers:
Christian Bordal
Katie Cooper
Frances Anderton

Main Topic The Democrats' Race after the Pennsylvania Primary 28 MIN, 8 SEC

"Good night, not goodbye for Clinton" reads the Los Angeles Times headline today.  Hillary Clinton won a decisive ten-point victory in yesterday's presidential primary in Pennsylvania, but is simply winning no longer good enough for the Clinton campaign? Can she win big enough in the nine remaining contests to catch up with Barack Obama in elected delegates and the overall popular vote? With neither candidate able to win the Democratic presidential nomination through the primary process, when and how will the super-delegates pick a winner?

Guests:
John Harwood, CNBC and the New York Times
John McIntyre, President, RealClearPolitics.com
Jennifer Palmieri, Advisor, John Edward's 2008 presidential campaign
Lawrence Hanks, Professor of Political Science, Indiana University
John Dinan, Professor of Political Science, Wake Forest University

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