On Sunday Puerto Rico goes to the polls in the Democratic primaries. The tiny island is not used to having a deciding vote in this race with 55 delegates, a strong turnout for Obama could secure the delegates he needs to become the presumptive nominee.
Alot has been said about Obama’s and Clinton’s fundraising skills, they vastly outweigh any Republican efforts, with Obama especially tapping into new resources. However, the RNC is boasting some enormous coffers which it hopes to dish out to its nominee after the conventions. The Democrats are struggling to reach the required amount even to hold a convention whoever the candidate is, might still be grossly out done by when the real campaign begins in the Autumn.
The Guardian writes about it here.