In the lead-in to the results from tonight's "Potomac primaries," Senator John F. Kerry said it doesn't really matter by how much Barack Obama wins by, only that he is winning and pulling together a diverse coalition.
Kerry said it was remarkable that Clinton had already "skedaddled out of town," all but giving up winning in the District of Columbia, Maryland, or Virginia and already focusing on Ohio and Texas.
Kerry, who has endorsed Obama, was asked on MSNBC whether he looks at exit polls to see where candidates are getting support.
"Trust me, I certainly don't look at the exit polling," Kerry said, a wan smile on his face, as he stood in the halls of the Senate. He, of course, believed for most of Election Day in 2004 that he would be the next president, based on exit polls that turned out to underestimate support for President Bush.
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