About a half an hour ago, I spoke with RiShawn Biddle, an AmSpec contributor and an experienced reporter in Indiana, who was explaining to me how there may be enough votes outsanding in Lake County — a big county with a large black population — for Obama to overtake Clinton in the state. It seemed odd to me, because Obama himself conceded the state to Clinton in his remarks. But sure enough, shortly after hanging up with RiShawn, the votes from Lake County started to come in, and within minutes Clinton’s margin was cut in half from around 40,000 to about 20,000. He estimated that if Obama wins over 60 percent of the vote in the county, Obama would actually have a shot at pulling this off, which would be game over for Clinton.
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