Candidates Continue Attacks
Both Democratic candidates continued the attacks on each other as the campaign for Senator Hillary Clinton released an ad accusing Senator Barack Obama of taking money from lobbyists over the last 10 years, according to the New York Times.
Obama described Clinton's ad as misleading and complaining of "11th hour smears." He also said Clinton was a "slash-and-burn game player who will do anything to win."
These attacks come around the same time as a busy schedule keeps the candidates campaiging in each others strength areas in Pennsylvania.
Obama also expressed to voters that its time to make a choice in the Democratic race. But that may be hard because of how close the race is. A poll released Sunday, conducted for MSNBC and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, showed Clinton leading Obama by a 48 percent to 43 percent approval rating.