this story up in this morning’s paper
Sen. Hillary Clinton
Sen. Barack Obama
PALO ALTO, Calif. — Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton rallied faithful supporters yesterday while her volunteers worked the phones to get out the vote in the state that awards the most delegates on Super Tuesday, as her rival moved within two percentage points of her in the polls.\
Sen. Barack Obama, meanwhile, focused on smaller Republican-leaning “red” states, drawing 14,000 in Idaho, breaking into the lead in Missouri and proclaiming he’s the candidate who can transform the country.\
The Clinton campaign plans to call 1 million California Democrats this weekend, but she’s already nabbed thousands of votes from people who sent mail-in ballots last month.
Voices Across America
— Christina Bellantoni, national political reporter, The Washington Times