By Ken Davison
It seems like it took forever for today to arrive, when Pennsylvanians will finally vote for their choice for President in the Democratic primary race. Almost regardless of the outcome, it looks like the contest between Senator Clinton and Senator Obama will last for months to come.
The national campaign manager for the Gore-Lieberman ticket in the 2000 Presidential race and with whom I shared an office for a year in Philadelphia city government, Donna Brazile, said yesterday to look for Senator Clinton "to take the fight to the convention."
The Democratic Convention will be held in Denver, Colorado on August 25-28.
Tribal members living in Pennsylvania can vote at the polls today from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Note: Sen. Clinton won Pennsylvania 55% to Sen. Obama's 45% of the vote. The next contest is May 6 in Indiana and North Carolina.
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