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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Despite another big defeat in Appalachia, Barack Obama now has an absolute majority of pledged delegates, all-but-guaranteeing that he will be the Democratic nominee. Here he is tonight in Iowa:

Meanwhile, SurveyUSA is playing the veepstakes game, running likely VP picks head-to-head in various swing states. Here's Pennsylvania, a key state for Obama which shows Edwards as a surprisingly (and, I think, deceptively) strong pick:

The real frontrunners, though, apparently aren't being polled: Wesley Clark, Bill Richardson, Arizona's Napolitano, Virginia's Tim Kaine. And I still like McCaskill.