Could there be a Clinton-Obama ticket in November?
Both Democratic candidates have yet to rule it out, and Hillary Rodham Clinton hinted at the possibility again Thursday as she campaigned in Mississippi.
Clinton told voters that she's had people tell her "I wish I could vote for both of you." She went on to say that "might be possible someday," but that she's needs the voters' support on Tuesday. That's when the state has its Democratic primary.
It's the second time this week the Clinton has hinted at a joint ticket with rival Barack Obama. Obama hasn't ruled it out but says it's too early to have those discussions.
Clinton also responded to the Labor Department's report that 63,000 jobs were cut last month, saying it's an alarming sign of economic troubles.
Clinton says President Bush's economic policies have been failures.
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