Indiana looks to be something we haven't seen in a while -- a state where either Clinton or Obama could genuinely win. Anne Kornblut takes a look at the terrain and he closely matched forces there. Since the outcome of the race is determined by delegates, and Indiana is virtually certain not to provide a large delegate advantage to anyone, the state isn't, literally speaking, particularly important to anyone. But the outcome may have a substantial impact on the confidence game Clinton's trying to run on superdelegates and party leaders.