A reader writes:

I live in the Eastern corridor of PA, just north of Philadelphia.  While there are a lot of republicans here, this is democrat country.  We (and our cousins on the other side of the state - recall Carville's line about PA being Pitttsburgh and Philadelphia with Alabama in the middle) are the ones responsible for this state going blue in '04.  Hillary needs exactly these types of voters to win the nomination. 

And I've got to tell you, there is NO passion for her here.  My evidence is purely anecdotal, but all my hard-core, we volunteered the last time around friends, are waiting to vote for Obama.

I can't find a Hillary supporter.  And I've looked.

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