House Divided: Jesse Jackson Family Split Over Hillary/Obama

03/28/2008 02:45 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

As Barack Obama stumped in Harlem on Thursday, Jacqueline Jackson endorsed Hillary Clinton, with the family of the Rev. Jesse Jackson divided over the two Democratic front-runners.

"Hillary is ready to lead on her first day in the White House and immediately begin delivering the change this country needs," Jacqueline Jackson told the Chicago Sun-Times.

Clinton and Obama are in an increasing crucial battle over female and African-American voters, with neither rival conceding any racial, gender or geographical turf.

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