As the clock ticks down the last 24 hours before Super Tuesday, Obama and Clinton or polling neck in neck in many of the big delegate states like California. This places an extra importance on undecided female voters. We checked in with off air reporter Eloise Harper who said that Sen. Clinton tailored many of her campaign events today towards those female votes.
Eloise Harper Reports:
Senator Clinton spent the final day before Super Tuesday placing an extra importance on women voters. She started out the day with twelve women sitting around a table discussing issues like healthcare and child care. The event was reminiscent of Clinton’s event in Portsmouth, NH where she shed a tear, when asked "how she does it," and appealed to women across the state. The Senator is ending her day with a Town Hall Meeting that will air on the female-friendly Hallmark Channel. Unclear if this is a sign the campaign is nervous about women coming out tomorrow – or if they are trying to lock them in.
Senator Clinton will vote tomorrow morning in Chappaqua, NY with her husband. She will have her rally in Mid-Town Manhattan tomorrow evening.