After a long night for both Sen. Clinton and Sen. Obama, the Indiana primary was called for Clinton, 51%- 49%. Obama won North Carolina in a much more clean-cut victory, 56%-42%. While Senator Obama was expected to win North Carolina, he was seen making some gains with middle-class voters. The close nature of the Indiana primaries has renewed the call for Clinton to drop out of the primary, but she vows to stay in. Since Senator Clinton is still staying in the race, the Democratic Presidential Primary will continue to rage on, with the next primaries in West Virginia (5/13), and Kentucky and Oregon on (5/20). Please keep checking back with the Real Republican Majority and the Real Republican Majority Blog for more updates.
The Democratic Race Continues