This trip to Wilmington is going to be a tad shorter than I had imagined. It turns out that the Obama campaign is the only one to have a fully fledged campaign HQ here in Delaware. Clinton is relying on her media presence to get out the vote, while the Republicans apparently haven't had the money to campaign heavily in this small state.
I just did an interview with Obama's press secretary here and he agrees that turnout is likely to be high. They have 2,000 people knocking up across the state. Obama's visit here on Sunday has galvanised them. He attracted a crows of 20,000 in what the mayor described as the biggest public meeting seen anywhere in the state for years. His wife, on a separate visit, attracted 3,000 too.
As I was leaving their campaign hq, one of the staff said she had heard reports that Obama was ahead in each of the 22 states holding primaries today, and was even ahead in women voters. I find it inconceivable that he could beat Hillary Clinton in her home state of New York, but if he did, and these reports are accurate, the 'Big Mo' would be his.
John McCain has launched an attack on Mitt Romney for an insulting remark about Bob Dole. If there is any justice in this world Romney will be trashed today. He is un unworthy candidate.
Right, back I go to Washington.... I will post the interview with Chris Lu later, if I can work out how to do it on my Macbook. Don't hold your breath!