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Thursday, March 20, 2008

Obama Morning News

Adam Nagourney provides the Clinton Campaign's two main remaining arguments to convince the super-delegates: electability, particularly the general election risk of Jeremiah Wright, and a potential lead in the popular vote.

Anne Kornblut and Dan Balz explore the Clinton Campaign's effort to get a revote in Michigan, but even with the financial backing of Clinton fundraisers, the pro-Obama legislature hasn't indicated any desire to allow it.

Jeff Zeleny explains that Obama wants to race away from the topic of race.

Fort Bragg soldiers are impressed by Obama's basketball talent following a pickup game with the troops where the presidential candidate made the winning shot.

But are they impressed by his speech?

Bracket Selections: Obama picks UNC, Hillary defers to Bill, and McCain hides his selection until his bracket pool – which he invites supporters to join through his website – begins.

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