Clinton Questions Obama's Electability

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press
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Hillary Rodham Clinton is telling reporters "a win is a win," dismissing the notion that she has to win big in today's Pennsylvania primary to keep her campaign viable.

The New York senator also says that, to her, the bigger question about Pennsylvania is why rival Barack Obama "can't close the deal" with what she calls Obama's "extraordinary financial advantage?"

She also questioned why the Illinois senator can't score victories in "big states, states that Democrats have to win."

After meeting with voters in suburban Philadelphia, Clinton ducked into a local restaurant to pick up a Philly cheese steak.

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