Kentucky and Oregon gear up for its turn in the 2008 Democratic nominating season. Hillary Clinton's tough talk on the economy, her push for universal healthcare and frequent visits to the Bluegrass state are winning people over. Barack Obama has tailored his message in Oregon, where he's been welcomed as a rock star.
Obama leads in Oregon, but Clinton is projected to win Kentucky by 30 points tomorrow, and she leads her rival in superdelegates three to two. Could this be the game changer, or is her inevitability inevitably over? The conversation continues...