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ABC News: Live results
AP: Ferraro’s Obama remark rocks Dems before Mississippi vote
Clarion Ledger: High turnout expected. Will Republicans cross over?
Sun Herald: Mississippi matters today, but what about tomorrow?
USA Today: “Mississippi gets a rare turn in the presidential campaign spotlight Tuesday, with a primary that – for Democrats anyway – has a national impact seldom seen in the Magnolia State.”
RCP: Latest Mississippi polls show Obama up by a spread of 6 (min) to 24 (max)
LA Times: Obama at Columbus, Miss. rally – Hillary wants to “bamboozle” and “hoodwink” voters
Cotton Mouth: Transcript of Hillary Radio Ads running in Mississippi today
YouDecide2008 / YouTube: video of local TV coverage
Where’s the Outrage: History of Mississippi Primary
AP: “Obama was favored to win in Tuesday’s nominating race in Mississippi, a southern state where blacks-who have carried him to wins previously-make up a majority of the Democratic voters.”
The Field: “Although the overall Mississippi statewide vote is likely to deliver about 58 percent on Tuesday to Obama to 41 for Clinton – a landslide victory with a margin of 17 points – the proportional representation math in Mississippi – given the racial gerrymandering its four congressional districts – works to Clinton’s favor.”
Liberal Journal: “Honestly, I’ve been hit with serious horserace fatigue the past couple of days. But there is a primary tomorrow, and there has been some bogus stuff from the Hillary camp, so here goes.”
I, Obamacrat: “Mississippi Forecast: Sunny with Scattered Landslides”