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Well, it's one day after the "most important" primary so far in the race for the Democratic Nomination. And, essentially nothing has changed.
Hillary Clinton was expected to win the Pennsylvania Primary - and she did - by roughly 10 points. That's the dividing line that political pundits had drawn in the sand. A bigger win? That might spell trouble for Barack Obama. A single digit victory? That wouldn't be enough to change the tide of Obama's delegate lead.
So, what next as the candidates head to a May 6th primary in North Carolina and Indiana? What have we learned from Pennsylvania? And, as it continues to turn out voters - and generate excitement - is the Democratic party beating itself to death?
We'll talk with our political analysts, Bill Curry and Renny Fulco.
We'll also catch up with "Democrats Abroad" Peter Alegi and Connie Borde - expat Americans, who are active - and perhaps influential in the race.
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