Memo to SuperDelegates: There is No Frontrunner, the Race is Open
The latest Gallup poll shows Hillary and Obama in a statistical tie.
The results confirm Gallup's March 22 report showing that Clinton's recent lead in the race -- apparently fueled by controversy dogging the Obama campaign over the Rev. Jeremiah Wright -- had evaporated.
At the same time, thus far Obama has not been able to reestablish the clear frontrunner position he enjoyed in late February, and again in mid-March. As has happened so often over the past six weeks, the race among national Democratic voters has become "too close to call."
As to the popular vote, pledged delegates, super delegates, electability and electoral votes, here's some things to think about:
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