If the Obama/Clinton fight goes on, it's bad for Dems right?





Conventional wisdom says that the longer the Democrats fight over their party's presidential nominee, the greater the chance of a GOP victory in the fall. But an analysis of the races since 1968 shows that in many contests, at least one of the nominations wasn't decided until June; one was fought until August. So is the CW right? Check out our examination of electoral history for the answer. Hint: Bill Clinton's 1992 experience was an anomaly.


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