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In and Around News 2008-03-05:'又是"超级星期二II"'


Super Tuesday II: Today’s Primaries and Caucuses Could Decide the Democratic Nominee

在一番唇枪舌剑之后,美国民主党总统参选人Obama今日希望能一举将对手Clinton打倒。民主党人担忧,这场相互攻讦的选战唯一获益的是共和党总统参选人McCain





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Lets turn next to the presidential race and what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries, two of them are considered must-wins for Hillary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow when Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads in the delegate count, 1385 to Clintons 1275 according to account by ABC News. Now its a very tight race still and as ABC 7’s Lilian Kim reports, it is putting a lot of pressure on Clinton.


At the Obama campaign office in Palo Alto, volunteers made as many calls as they could until 9 p.m. Texas time, trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama but to educate them on the process.


"Especially for the caucus which happens at 7: 15 in the evening and we have to make sure that they know where to go.


Depending on the outcome, tomorrows primaries in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont could either solidify Obamas front-runner status or mark a new beginning for Hillary Clinton. Today, she continued with her aggressive attacks, this time seizing on a memo written by a Canadian official who met with an advisor to Obamas campaign. According to the memo, the Obama advisor said "talk about NAFTA on the campaign trail should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans."


"You know, I dont think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign tell a foreign government something else behind close doors. The Obama campaign says the remarks are misconstrued and the Canadian government has sent its apologies for any misinformation. Obama himself told reporters his position on NAFTA has always been consistent.


"And that stands in contrast to Senator Clintons position on this issue, which has all turned substantial.


How all of this would affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton needs Ohio and Rhode Island, while Obama leads in Texas and Vermont.


"I hope we will be able to have a closure tomorrow. Campbell City Councilman Evan Low is a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obamas supporter. He says that if Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be mounting for her to call it quits. We, of course, do not wanna see our own party members and candidates attacking each other. Ideally wed like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of the aisle.


Clinton, however, appears almost defiant amid any suggestion that she bow(s) out if she fails to win Ohio and Texas. In fact the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses any one of the four primaries that would prove voters are having doubts about him.


Lilian Kim ABC 7.


Words and phrases


seizing on If you seize on something or seize upon it, you show great interest in it, often because it is useful to you.


NAFTA North American Free Trade Agreement


articulation

The articulation of an idea or feeling is the expression of it, especially in words. (FORMAL)





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Let’s turn next to the presidential race and what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries two of them considered must-wins for Hillary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow when Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads in the delegate count, 1385 to Clinton’s 1275 according to a count by ABC News. And it’s a very tight race still as ABC 7’s L.K. reports, it is putting a lot of pressure on Clinton.

 

At the Obama campaign office in P.V. volunteers made as many caucuses as they could until 9 p.m. Texas’ time, trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama but to educate them on the process.

 

“Especially for the caucus which happens in the 7: 15 in the evening and we have to make sure that they know where to go.”

 

Depending on the outcome, tomorrow’s primaries in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont could either / Obama’s frontrunner status or mark a new beginning for Hillary Clinton. Today, she continued with her aggressive attacks, this time seizing on a memo written by a Canadian official who’ve met with an advisor to Obama’s campaign. According to the memo, the Obama advisor said talked about after the campaign trial should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans.

 

“You know, I don’t think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign tell a foreign government something else behind close doors.”

 

The Obama campaign says the remarks are misconstrued and the Canadian government has sent apologies for any mislead information. Obama himself told reporters his position on after has always been consistent.

 

“And that’s the answer in contrast, Senator Clinton’s position on this issue, which has all turn to substantial.”

 

How odd this would affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton needs Ohio and Rhode Island, while Obama leaves in Texas and Vermont.

 

“I hope we would be able to have a closure tomorrow”

 

/ was a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obama’s supporter.

 

He says that if Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be mounting for further colleague quits.

 

“We, of course, do not wanna see our own party members and candidates attacking each other. Ideally we’d like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of the /.”

 

Clinton, however, appears almost defiant that have made any suggestion that she / she fails to win Ohio and Texas. In fact, the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses any one of the four primaries that would prove voters are having doubts about him.

 

/ ABC 7.

 

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Let’s turn next to the presidential race and what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries two of them considered must-wins for Hillary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow when Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads in the delegate account, 1385 to Clinton’s 1275 according to account by ABC News. And it’s a very tight race still as ABC 7’s / / reports, it is putting a lot of pressure on Clinton. At the Obama campaign office in Palo Alto, volunteers made as many caucuses as they could until 9 p.m. Texas’ time, trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama but to educate them on the process. “Especially for the caucus which happens in the 7: 15 in the evening and we have to make sure that they know where to go.” Depending on the outcome, tomorrow’s primaries in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont could either / Obama’s front runner status or mark a new beginning for Hillary Clinton. Today, she continued with her aggressive attacks, this time seizing on a memo written by a Canadian official who’ve met with an advisor to Obama’s campaign. According to the memo, the Obama advisor said talked about after the campaign trial should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans. “You know, I don’t think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign tell a foreign government something else behind close doors.” The Obama campaign says the remarks are misconstrued and the Canadian government has sent apologies for any mislead information. Obama himself told reporters his position on after has always been consistent. “And that’s the answer in contrast, Senator Clinton’s position on this issue, which has all turn to substantial.” How odd this would affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton needs Ohio and Rhode Island, while Obama leaves in Texas and Vermont. “I hope we would be able to have a closure tomorrow” Campbell City Councilman Evan Low was a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obama’s supporter. He says that if Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be mounting for further colleague quits. “We, of course, do not wanna see our own party members and candidates attacking each other. Ideally we’d like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of Ohio.” Clinton, however, appears almost defiant that have made any suggestion that she bow out she fails to win Ohio and Texas. In fact, the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses any one of the four primaries that would prove voters are having doubts about him. Elin Ken ABC 7.
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Let’s turn next to the presidential race and what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries two of them considered must-wins for Hillary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow when Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads in the delegate count, 1385 to Clinton’s 1275 according to account by ABC News. Now it’s a very tight race still as ABC 7’s Lilian Kim reports, it is putting a lot of pressure on Clinton.
 
At the Obama campaign office in Palo Alto, volunteers made as many calls as they could until 9 p.m. Texas’ time, trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama but to educate them on the process.
 
"Especially for the caucus which happens at 7: 15 in the evening and we have to make sure that they know where to go.”
 
Depending on the outcome, tomorrow’s primaries in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont could either solidify Obama’s front-runner status or mark a new beginning for Hillary Clinton. Today, she continued with her aggressive attacks, this time seizing on the memo written by a Canadian official who’ve met with an advisor to Obama’s campaign. According to the memo, the Obama advisor said "talk about NAFTA on the campaign trail should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans."
 
"You know, I don’t think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign tell a foreign government something else behind close doors.” The Obama campaign says the remarks are misconstrued and the Canadian government has sent apologies for any misinformation. Obama himself told reporters his position on NAFTA has always been consistent.
 
"And that stands in contrast to Senator Clinton’s position on this issue, which has all turn to substantial.”
 
How odd this would affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton needs Ohio and Rhode Island, while Obama leads in Texas and Vermont.
 
"I hope we will be able to have a closure tomorrow” Campbell City Councilman Evan Low was a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obama’s supporter. He says that if Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be mounting for further colleague quits. “We, of course, do not wanna see our own party members and candidates attacking each other. Ideally we’d like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of the aisle.”
 
Clinton, however, appears almost defiant amid any suggestion that she bow out if she fails to win Ohio and Texas. In fact, the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses any one of the four primaries that would prove voters are having doubts about him. 
 
Lilian Kim ABC 7.
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Let’s turn next to the presidential race and what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries, two of them considered must-wins for Hillary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow when Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads in the delegate count, 1385 to Clinton’s 1275 according to account by ABC News. Now it’s a very tight race still as ABC 7’s Lilian Kim reports, it is putting a lot of pressure on Clinton.
 
At the Obama campaign office in Palo Alto, volunteers made as many calls as they could until 9 p.m. Texas’ time, trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama but to educate them on the process.
 
"Especially for the caucus which happens at 7: 15 in the evening and we have to make sure that they know where to go.”
 
Depending on the outcome, tomorrow’s primaries in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont could either solidify Obama’s front-runner status or mark a new beginning for Hillary Clinton. Today, she continued with her aggressive attacks, this time seizing on the memo written by a Canadian official who’ve met with an advisor to Obama’s campaign. According to the memo, the Obama advisor said "talk about NAFTA on the campaign trail should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans."
 
"You know, I don’t think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign tell a foreign government something else behind close doors.” The Obama campaign says the remarks are misconstrued and the Canadian government has sent apologies for any misinformation. Obama himself told reporters his position on NAFTA has always been consistent.
 
"And that stands in contrast to Senator Clinton’s position on this issue, which has all turned to substantial.”
 
How all this would affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton needs Ohio and Rhode Island, while Obama leads in Texas and Vermont.
 
"I hope we will be able to have a closure tomorrow” Campbell City Councilman Evan Low was a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obama’s supporter. He says that if Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be mounting for her to call it quits. “We, of course, do not wanna see our own party members and candidates attacking each other. Ideally we’d like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of the aisle.”
 
Clinton, however, appears almost defiant amid any suggestion that she bow out if she fails to win Ohio and Texas. In fact that the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses any one of the four primaries that would prove voters are having doubts about him. 
 
Lilian Kim ABC 7.

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Let’s turn next to the presidential race and what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries two of them considered must-wins for Hillary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow when Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads in the delegate count, 1385 to Clinton’s 1275 according to a count by ABC News. And it’s a very tight race still as ABC 7’s L.K. reports, it is putting a lot of pressure on Clinton. At the Obama campaign office in P.V. volunteers made as many calls as they could until 9 p.m. Texas’ time, trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama but to educate them on the process. “Especially for the caucus which happens in the 7: 15 in the evening and we have to make sure that they know where to go.” Depending on the outcome, tomorrow’s primaries in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont could either solidifier Obama’s frontrunner status or mark a new beginning for Hillary Clinton. Today, she continued with her aggressive attacks, this time seizing on a memo written by a Canadian official who’ve met with an advisor to Obama’s campaign. According to the memo, the Obama advisor said talked about after the campaign trial should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans. “You know, I don’t think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign tell a foreign government something else behind close doors.” The Obama campaign says the remarks are misconstrued and the Canadian government has since apologized for any misinformation. Obama himself told reporters his position on after has always been consistent. “And that stands in contrast with Senator Clinton’s position on this issue, which has all turn to substantial.” How odd this would affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton leads in Ohio and Rhode Island, while Obama leads in Texas and Vermont. “I hope we would be able to have a closure tomorrow” / was a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obama’s supporter. He says that if Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be mounting for her to call a quits. “We, of course, do not wanna see our own party members and candidates attacking each other. Ideally we’d like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of the aisle.” Clinton, however, appears almost defiant to admit any suggestion that she bow out if she fails to win Ohio and Texas. In fact, the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses any one of the four primaries that would prove voters are having doubts about him. / ABC 7.

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Let’s turn next to the presidential race and what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries, two of them are considered must-wins for Hillary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow when Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads in the delegate count, 1385 to Clinton’s 1275 according to account by ABC News. Now it’s a very tight race still as ABC 7’s Lilian Kim reports, it is putting a lot of pressure on Clinton.
 
At the Obama campaign office in Palo Alto, volunteers made as many calls as they could until 9 p.m. Texas’ time, trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama but to educate them on the process.
 
"Especially for the caucus which happens at 7: 15 in the evening and we have to make sure that they know where to go.”
 
Depending on the outcome, tomorrow’s primaries in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont could either solidify Obama’s front-runner status or mark a new beginning for Hillary Clinton. Today, she continued with her aggressive attacks, this time seizing on the memo written by a Canadian official who/ met with an advisor to Obama’s campaign. According to the memo, the Obama advisor said "talk about NAFTA on the campaign trail should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans."
 
"You know, I don’t think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign tell a foreign government something else behind close doors.” The Obama campaign says the remarks are misconstrued and the Canadian government has sent apologies for any misinformation. Obama himself told reporters his position on NAFTA has always been consistent.
 
"And that stands in contrast to Senator Clinton’s position on this issue, which has all turned to substantial.”
 
How all of this would affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton needs Ohio and Rhode Island, while Obama leads in Texas and Vermont.
 
"I hope we will be able to have a closure tomorrow” Campbell City Councilman Evan Low was a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obama’s supporter. He says that if Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be mounting for her to call it quits. “We, of course, do not wanna see our own party members and candidates attacking each other. Ideally we’d like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of the aisle.”
 
Clinton, however, appears almost defiant amid any suggestion that she bow out if she fails to win Ohio and Texas. In fact that the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses any one of the four primaries that would prove voters are having doubts about him. 
 
Lilian Kim ABC 7.


 

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Let’s turn next to the presidential race and what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries, two of them considered must-wins for Hillary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow when Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads in the delegate count, 1385 to Clinton’s 1275 according to account by ABC News. Now it’s a very tight race still as ABC 7’s Lilian Kim reports, it is putting a lot of pressure on Clinton.
 
At the Obama campaign office in Palo Alto, volunteers made as many calls as they could until 9 p.m. Texas’ time, trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama but to educate them on the process.
 
"Especially for the caucus which happens at 7: 15 in the evening and we have to make sure that they know where to go.”
 
Depending on the outcome, tomorrow’s primaries in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont could either solidify Obama’s front-runner status or mark a new beginning for Hillary Clinton. Today, she continued with her aggressive attacks, this time seizing on the memo written by a Canadian official who’ve met with an advisor to Obama’s campaign. According to the memo, the Obama advisor said "talk about NAFTA on the campaign trail should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans."
 
"You know, I don’t think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign tell a foreign government something else behind close doors.” The Obama campaign says the remarks are misconstrued and the Canadian government has sent apologies for any misinformation. Obama himself told reporters his position on NAFTA has always been consistent.
 
"And that stands in contrast to Senator Clinton’s position on this issue, which has all turned to substantial.”
 
How all this would affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton needs Ohio and Rhode Island, while Obama leads in Texas and Vermont.
 
"I hope we will be able to have a closure tomorrow” Campbell City Councilman Evan Low was a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obama’s supporter. He says that if Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be mounting for her to call it quits. “We, of course, do not wanna see our own party members and candidates attacking each other. Ideally we’d like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of the aisle.”
 
Clinton, however, appears almost defiant amid any suggestion that she bow out if she fails to win Ohio and Texas. In fact that the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses any one of the four primaries that would prove voters are having doubts about him. 
 
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Let’s turn next to the presidential race and what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries, two of them are considered must to win for Hillary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow when Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas, and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads up in the delegate count 1385 to Clinton’s 1275 according to account by ABC news. Now it’s a very tight race still as ABC 7’s // reports it is putting a lot of pressure on Clinton.

 

At the Obama campaign office in Palo Alto, volunteers made as many calls as could until 9pm Texas’ time, trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama, but educate them on the process.

 

Especially for the caucus which happens at 7:15 in the evening. And we have to make sure that they know where to go.

 

Depending on the outcome, tomorrow’s primaries in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont, could either solidify Obama’s front-runner status, or make a new beginning for Hillary Clinton. Today she continued with her aggressive attacks, this time, seizing on the memo written by a Canadian official who met with an advisor to Obama’s campaign. According to the memo, the Obama advisor said ‘talk about NAFTA on the campaign trail should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans.’

 

You know I don’t think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign telling a foreign government something else behind close doors.

 

The Obama campaign says the remarks were misconstrued and the Canadian government has sent apologies for any misinformation. Obama himself told reporters his position on NAFTA has always been consistent.  

 

And that stands in contrast to Sen. Clinton’s positions on this issue which has substantial.

 

How all of these will affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton leads in Ohio and Rhode IslandTexas and Vermont. while Obama leads in

 

I hope we will be able to have a closure tomorrow.

 

Campbell City Councilman Evan Low was a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obama’s supporter. He says that if Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be mounting for //quits.

 

We of course do not want to see our own party members and candidates attack each other. Ideally we’d like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of the aisle.

 

Clinton however appears almost defiant amid any suggestion that she bows out if she fail to win OhioTexas. In fact, the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses one of the four primaries that will prove voters are having doubts about him.   and

 

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Let’s turn next to the presidential race in what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries, two of them considered must wins for Hilary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow in Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads in the delegate count, 1385 to Clinton’s 1275 according account by ABC News. However, it’s a very tight race still. As the ABC 7’s Lilian Kim reports, it is putting on a lot of pressure on Clinton.

 

At the Obama campaign office in Palo Alto, volunteers made as many calls as they could until 9 P.M. Texas’ Time trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama but to educate them on the process.

 

“Especially for the caucus which happens in the 7:15 in the evening and we have to make sure that they know where to go.” Depending on the outcome, tomorrow’s primaries on Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont could either solidify Obama’s still front status or mark a new beginning for Hilary Clinton. Today, she continued with her aggressive attacks. This time seizing on a memo written by a Canadian official who met with an adviser to Obama’s campaign. According to the memo, the Obama’s adviser said talk about NAFTA on the campaign trail “should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans.”

 

“You know I don’t think people should come to Ohio, and tell the people of Ohio one thing and then have your campaign, tell a foreign government something else behind closed doors.”

 

The Obama campaign says the remark is misconstrued and Canadian government has since apologized for any misinformation. Obama himself told reporters his position on NAFTA has always been consisted. “And that stands in contrast to Senator Clinton’s position on this issue which has altered substantial.”

 

How old this would affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton leads in Ohio and Rode Island while Obama leads in Texas and Vermont. “I hope they will be able to have a closure tomorrow.” * city councilman Evan Low is a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obama’s supporter. He says Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be amounting for her to call a quit. “We of course do not want to see our own party members and candidates attacking each other. Ideally, we would like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of the *.”

 

Clinton however appears almost defiant; omit any suggestion that she bowl out. She feels to win Ohio and Texas. In fact, the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses any one of the four primaries, that would approve voters are having doubts about him.

 

Lilian Kim, ABC7 News.

 

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Let’s turn next to the presidential race and what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries, two of them considered must-wins for Hillary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow when Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads in the delegate count, 1385 to Clinton’s 1275 according to account by ABC News. Now it’s a very tight race still as ABC 7’s Lilian Kim reports, it is putting a lot of pressure on Clinton.
At the Obama campaign office in Palo Alto, volunteers made as many calls as they could until 9 p.m. Texas’ time, trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama but to educate them on the process.
"Especially for the caucus which happens at 7: 15 in the evening and we have to make sure that they know where to go.”
Depending on the outcome, tomorrow’s primaries in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont could either solidify Obama’s front-runner status or mark a new beginning for Hillary Clinton. Today, she continued with her aggressive attacks, this time seizing on the memo written by a Canadian official who’ve met with an advisor to Obama’s campaign. According to the memo, the Obama advisor said "talk about NAFTA on the campaign trail should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans."
"You know, I don’t think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign tell a foreign government something else behind close doors.” The Obama campaign says the remarks are misconstrued and the Canadian government has sent apologies for any misinformation. Obama himself told reporters his position on NAFTA has always been consistent.
"And that stands in contrast to Senator Clinton’s position on this issue, which has all turned to substantial.”
How all this would affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton needs Ohio and Rhode Island, while Obama leads in Texas and Vermont.
"I hope we will be able to have a closure tomorrow” Campbell City Councilman Evan Low was a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obama’s supporter. He says that if Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be mounting for her to call it quits. “We, of course, do not wanna see our own party members and candidates attacking each other. Ideally we’d like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of the aisle.”
Clinton, however, appears almost defiant amid any suggestion that she bow out if she fails to win Ohio and Texas. In fact that the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses any one of the four primaries that would prove voters are having doubts about him.
Lilian Kim, ABC 7.
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Let’s turn next to the presidential racing and what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries, two of them considered must-wins for Hillary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow where Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads in the delegate count, 1385 to Clinton’s 1275 according to account by ABC News. Now it’s a very tight race still as ABC 7’s Lillian Kim reports, it is putting a lot of pressure on Clinton.

At the Obama campaign office in Palo Alto, volunteers made as many calls as they could until 9 p.m. Texas’ time, trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama but to educate them on the process.

"Especially for the caucus which happens at 7: 15 in the evening and we have to make sure that they know where to go.”

Depending on the outcome, tomorrow’s primaries in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont could either solidify Obama’s front-runner status or mark a new beginning for Hillary Clinton. Today, she continued with her aggressive attacks, this time seizing on the memo written by a Canadian official who’ve met with an advisor to Obama’s campaign. According to the memo, the Obama advisor said "talk about NAFTA on the campaign trail should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans."

"You know, I don’t think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign tell a foreign government something else behind close doors.” The Obama campaign says the remarks are misconstrued and the Canadian government has sent apologies for any misinformation. Obama himself told reporters his position on NAFTA has always been consistent.

"And that stands in contrast to Senator Clinton’s position on this issue, which has all turned to substantial.”

How all this would affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton needs Ohio and Rhode Island, while Obama leads in Texas and Vermont.

"I hope we will be able to have a closure tomorrow.”

Campbell City Councilman Evan Low was a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obama’s supporter. He says that if Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be mounting for her to call it quits. “We, of course, do not wanna see our own party members and candidates attacking each other. Ideally we’d like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of the aisle.”

Clinton, however, appears almost defiant amid any suggestion that she bows out if she fails to win Ohio and Texas. In fact that the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses any one of the four primaries that would prove voters are having doubts about him.

Lillian Kim, ABC 7.

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Lets turn next to the presidential race and what could be a defining day tomorrow. Four primaries, two of them are considered must-wins for Hillary Clinton. Voters go to the polls tomorrow when Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont. Ohio and Texas are crucial. Barack Obama leads in the delegate count, 1385 to Clintons 1275 according to account by ABC News. Now its a very tight race still and as ABC 7’s Lilian Kim reports, it is putting a lot of pressure on Clinton.


At the Obama campaign office in Palo Alto, volunteers made as many calls as they could until 9 p.m. Texas/ time, trying not only to persuade Texans to vote for Obama but to educate them on the process.


"Especially for the caucus which happens at 7: 15 in the evening and we have to make sure that they know where to go.


Depending on the outcome, tomorrows primaries in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island and Vermont could either solidify Obamas front-runner status or mark a new beginning for Hillary Clinton. Today, she continued with her aggressive attacks, this time seizing on a memo written by a Canadian official who met with an advisor to Obamas campaign. According to the memo, the Obama advisor said "talk about NAFTA on the campaign trail should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans."


"You know, I dont think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign tell a foreign government something else behind close doors. The Obama campaign says the remarks are misconstrued and the Canadian government has sent its apologies for any misinformation. Obama himself told reporters his position on NAFTA has always been consistent.


"And that stands in contrast to Senator Clintons position on this issue, which has all turned / substantial.


How all of this would affect voters tomorrow remains to be seen. Clinton needs Ohio and Rhode Island, while Obama leads in Texas and Vermont.


"I hope we will be able to have a closure tomorrow. Campbell City Councilman Evan Low is a member of the Democratic National Committee and an Obamas supporter. He says that if Clinton loses either Texas or Ohio, pressure would be mounting for her to call it quits. We, of course, do not wanna see our own party members and candidates attacking each other. Ideally wed like to be focusing our attention on the real issues and going forth on the general election on that candidate on the other side of the aisle.

Clinton, however, appears almost defiant amid any suggestion that she bow(s) out if she fails to win Ohio and Texas. In fact / the Clinton campaign says if Obama loses any one of the four primaries that would prove voters are having doubts about him.

Lilian Kim ABC 7.


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“talk about NAFTA on the campaign trail should be viewed as more about political positioning than a clear articulation of policy plans”中文是什么意思?还有,Hillary说的那段话“I don’t think people should come to Ohio and tell the people of Ohio one thing, and then have your campaign tell a foreign government something else behind close doors”是什么意思?请高手指点!
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