Clinton wins primary in Pennsylvania

Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-New York) won the Pennsylvania primary on Tuesday, giving her campaign another shot at unseating Sen. Barack Obama (D-Illinois) as the leading Democratic presidential candidate.

With results still coming in, Clinton won the state with 55 percent of the vote. Obama received 45 percent.

Despite the win, Clinton still trails in delegates. But she vowed to fight as the candidates turn their eyes towards Indiana and North Carolina.

Both Clinton and Obama have released Indian policies and have Indian advisers. So does Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona), the presumptive Republican nominee.

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Clinton Takes Pennsylvania (The Washington Post 4/23)
Clinton Wins Primary, Keeping Bid Alive (The New York Times 4/23)

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