FRANK J RANELLI
Hillary Clinton needs a large, double digit win in Pennsylvania to maintain any appearance of legitimacy in winning the Democratic nomination – anything less will be seen as a fatal blow to her quest for the presidency. Sadly, the latest Quinnipiac poll
shows Hillary’s lead down to only six points and falling as Obama picks up women and white voters.
The Clinton’s pursuit to match the quasi-dynastic presidency of the Bush’s may very well end in Pennsylvania; the same state that hosted the Constitutional Convention in 1787 to draft a new form of government that forbade monarchies and eschewed nobility.
Labels: Polls, Presidential Race