Vermont’s primary may have some clout

(Host) With a close race in the Democratic presidential contest, voters in Vermont’s March 4th primary may have some clout. The campaigns for Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are gearing up for the Town Meeting Day vote. They say they’re ready to make the transition from a volunteer effort to one that may be staffed by campaign organizers. VPR’s John Dillon reports. (Dillon) 444 Democratic delegates are up for grabs.

Vermont’s primary could play important role in Democratic race

It’s starting to look like Vermont’s presidential primary could play an important role in the selection of a Democratic candidate. That’s because many political observers believe senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will still be locked in a close race when Vermonters go to the polls on March 4th.