For the first time in nearly 2 decades, presidential candidates will be fighting over state’s delegates
The sign in the crowd in Ohio behind Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton on Tuesday night summed it up.
“On to Indiana,” it said.
It’s been two decades since a similar sentiment has been expressed, but thanks to Clinton’s wins in Ohio and Texas, Hoosiers are about to witness something they haven’t seen here in more than two decades:
Presidential candidates vying for their attention and delegates’ affection in a big way, campaign stops, rallies, stump speeches and more ahead of the state’s May 6 primary.