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Earlier this evening, KSMU spoke with former President Bill Clinton in a one-on-one interview about his wife, Hillary Clinton's bid to win democratic delegates in Missouri. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
Earlier this evening, KSMU spoke with former President Bill Clinton about his wife, Hillary Clinton's bid to win democratic delegates in Missouri.
The former president talked about his visit to Springfield this past weekend to campaign for his wife, Hillary Clinton.
The former president says he's doesn't believe that Hillary Clinton will be polarizing in the general election if she's the democratic presidential candidate. Former President Bill Clinton points to his own track record in Missouri.
Regardless of which democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama wins the most delegates tonight, the race could still be a toss up. The same is true on the Republican side with Mitt Romney, John McCain and Mike Huckabee.
Earlier today, I spoke with NPR's Andrea Seabrook about what tonight's results will mean as the nomination process moves forward. Seabrook says Super Tuesday is historic.