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

Many Democrats Still Wavering Over Choice

Voters jumping and hollering in stadiums and town squares in last-minute rallies intended not to convince anyone but to fire up the true believers. Thousands of people standing in snaking lines in Connecticut, hoping to register to vote or change their party affiliations.

And everywhere, from the opinionated and heavily Democratic precincts of Manhattan and Brooklyn, to the divided Democratic areas of Buffalo, to the suburban reaches of New Jersey, tens of thousands of voters suffering from an unusual condition on the eve of a pivotal primary for both political parties:

With less than 24 hours to go, they had not decided for whom to cast a ballot.

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