LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Democratic voters in two more states are
weighing in on the ongoing race for the party's presidential bid.
Meanwhile, backers of both candidates are making high-profile
pitches for support.
Women supporters of Hillary Rodham Clinton have taken out a full
page ad in The New York Times. The ad paid for by the WomenCount
political action committee demands that the former first lady stay
in the race until every last vote is counted.
On the CBS "Early Show" Barack Obama adviser and former
Senator Tom Daschle has claimed Democrats should start backing his
candidate. Daschle says there's "clearly" a desire to unify.
Obama is just 17 delegates away from securing a majority of
pledged delegates. He could cross that plateau with an anticipated
strong win in Oregon.
Clinton is expecting a big victory in Kentucky.
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