WSJ: Obama Needs Double-Digit Win in S.C.
It's almost a given that Barack Obama will win in South Carolina. How much does the vote matter? The Wall St. Journal reports:
But with expectations set so high, political pundits say the Illinois senator faces a dilemma: He will have to win by a double-digit margin in order for voters nationwide to perceive South Carolina as a real victory.
Up for grabs for S.C. Dems today: 54 delegates, including 45 committed and 9 super delegates.
Two graphics that explain today and Feb. 5, below:
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