Hillary Asserts She's More Electable Than Obama
Clinton also said there was no "contradiction" from her previous position when she told last week's ABC News debate audience that she thought Obama was electable after weeks in which her main case to the superdelegates who could decide the nomination was that Obama could not win a general election fight against presumptive Republican nominee Sen. John McCain of Arizona.
"Yes, yes, yes," Clinton said during the debate last week at the National Constitution Center on Independence Mall.
Today, she said, "He can be elected. I WILL be elected." "There is a difference," the New York senator said. "Look at the electoral map: I've carried states that a Democrat must have to win. Anything is possible, but I am more likely" to gain the White House against McCain.
McCain's strategy now is to go after the toss-up states, particularly in the west and southwest. [More...]
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