Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama on Saturday battle in a three-state (and one US territory) showdown that will test the fast-changing dynamics of the Democratic race, with voters in Louisiana, Nebraska, Washington, and the Virgin Islands delivering the next batch of convention delegates in a contest that's showing no signs of being settled any time soon.
Saturday begins a campaign stretch where the contests appear to favor Obama, D-Ill., who has fared better in states with caucuses (as will occur Saturday in Washington state, Nebraska, and the Virgin Islands) and with large African-American populations (Louisiana, which holds primaries).
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