In her victory speech, Hillary Clinton is spinning this as a game-changer. She says she was outspent “three to one” by a “formidable opponent,” that Barack Obama “broke every spending record in the state” trying to knock her out of the race but “voters in Pennsylvania had other plans today.” A 54-46, 55-45 victory is a nice win. But I don’t think it’s really the margin she needed for a game changer. That said, she’s right that Obama failed to knock her out of the race. And the beat goes on.
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