9:20 PM

Pennsylvania Caucus Live Chat April 22

Posted by Skye |

To participate in this live chat please click on this LINK!

Points To Ponder before the live chat:

Single Women Voters - Pennsylvania

Single women overwhelmingly vote Democratic and in Pennsylvania one in four voters is a single woman, according to the "Women's Voices. Women Vote Action Fund," a group trying to mobilize the nation's women voters. On every primary election day since, unmarried women voters have set records in turnout. Overall, they made up 26 percent of the electorate in the February 5 Democratic primaries where marital status was asked -- a number which exceeds their share of registered voters in these states. In every state except three, unmarried women made up a larger proportion of the Democratic primary electorate than their current registration suggested.

A Democratic Meltdown?

On a variety of these websites, attached to article after article, are strings of comments from readers that are startling to me. What I'm seeing and hearing a lot of is total opponent hatred within our own party. I've seen piles upon piles of comments that "if Hillary doesn't win the nomination, I'll never vote for Obama" or "if Obama doesn't win the nomination, I'll never vote for Clinton.

Quinnipiac University Poll - April 21,2008

New York Sen. Hillary Clinton leads Illinois Sen. Barack Obama 51 - 44 percent among Pennsylvania likely Democratic primary voters, compared to 50 - 44 percent last week, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. From April 18 - 20, Quinnipiac University surveyed 1,027 Pennsylvania likely Democratic primary voters with a margin of error of +/- 3.1 percentage points.

Obama wins Metro Poll

Obama has the support of 46 percent of readers in a Metro Life Panel poll taken over the weekend, compared to only 33 percent who support Clinton. The remaining 21 percent are either undecided or support neither.

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