As he draws ever-closer to attaining the 2,025 super-delegate votes needed to achieve the Democratic nomination, Senator Barack Obama wants to put to rest once and for all the struggle over a split party, and begin focusing upon the things he must do in order to shine come election time. If the primaries in both Kentucky and Oregon have indicated anything, it's that Senator Hillary Clinton is down, but not out. She, among other aids and supporters in her camp, seem confident and persistent when it comes to the final outcome of the campaign. And with only three more primaries left to go before the fall ( Puerto Rico - June 1st, Montana and South Dakota - June 3rd), the ending to this saga could be a dramatic one as the time for Democratic decision-making comes down to the wire. Read the full IHT article.
Clinton in KY, Obama nomination leader (AP)
Likely split in primaries