Clinton up 15% in Ohio with half of the precincts reporting, Obama barely up 7,000 in Texas (with 22% of the precincts reporting). Obama taking Vermont, Clinton taking Rhode Island.
Those numbers are a bit misleading. All the large urban centers, which heavily favor Obama, have 1-3/4% of their votes in while the small rural towns which tend to vote Hillary have most of their votes in. Expect a steady climb in Obama's percentage in both states.
Looks like it's still a dead heat. Is this good or bad for the democrats?
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