(UNDATED) - We're down to the final stretch of the Indiana primary season, both Democratic presidential contenders Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton can see the finish line tape, and are making their final sprints to the end.
And, to that end, it seems Obama has been paying more attention to the Hoosier State, where he's been down by a few points since the April Pennsylvania primary.
And it seems to be working, as the last two polls conducted in Indiana, both by Zogby, show Obama with a slim advantage in Indiana, between 1 and 2 points.
Senator Clinton seems to have been focusing more on North Carolina, which shares tomorrow's primary date with Indiana, where Obama has a much healthier lead of 9 points.
However, despite Obama's recent successes here in Indiana, realclearpolitics.com is still showing the New York senator with an almost 6-point average lead.
And, after you get to the polls and make your voice heard, make sure you tune in to News Director Justin A. Metzger and Morning Update Host Jason Thompson on WBIW tomorrow night at 5:30pm for "Primary Night 2008," the only place to get live coverage on the air of tomorrow's primary from a Lawrence County perspective.
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