Obama Focuses On November, Clinton On West Virginia

05/21/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Bloomberg

Today's primary in West Virginia matters so little to the Democratic presidential nomination race that front-runner Barack Obama will spend the day in Missouri and Michigan, two battleground states in the fall's general election.

Obama, who has racked up a commanding lead in delegates to the nominating convention over rival Hillary Clinton, for the first time opted to spend the day of a primary election in states that have already voted.

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