The Democratic race, in a nutshell
From political consultant Dick Morris: Hillary Clinton has squandered her multitude of advantages, and now barely has a prayer. Read about it here.
Not so fast, according to analyst Jay Cost. He crunches the numbers for every remaining contest; take it in here.
The newspaper lead that wraps it up most succinctly (courtesy of the Washington Times): "Lone Star Latinos, Buckeye endorsements and women — these are three factors that must come through for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton to reclaim the Democratic Party's presidential nomination that once appeared hers."
Read the whole story, by Christina Bellantoni, here.
-- Don Frederick