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We have been introduced to many ideas in these past months of Democratic primary elections; the first black president and even the first woman president. Some primaries have been close, some have been landslides. Currently, the Democratic front runner is Barack Obama.

With five primaries left, Barack Obama only needs three out of every 10 delegates to secure the nomination. If Florida and Michigan delegates are put back into the contest Obama would need four delegates of 10.

In my personal opinion, Hillary Clinton, who is running against Obama, should drop out. Obama even though losing heavily in West Virginia just recently secured John Edwards' support. With the Edwards secured, Obama hopes to bring white educated males to his side.

Every day that Clinton pushes on in the election, it splits the party. The math is against her, and even the members of the Democratic Party encourage her to drop out.

People know that the Clinton family are fighters and will go down swinging. For the sake of the party, I think she needs to drop out, so we as a party can move forward in the election and look forward to beating John McCain for the White House and issue change in America.

Luke Nayak

Bloomington

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