Uncategorized | 9:37 pm | January 8, 2008 | By Yale Daily News

Will it come down to the Dartmouth vote?

WEST CALDWELL, N.J., 9:36 p.m. — With about 2,000 votes separating Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton LAW ’73, CNN’s Anderson Cooper ’89 just raised the fact that the approximately 6,000 votes of Hanover, N.H. — the city that houses Dartmouth College, which is in session today — have not yet been counted. That’s more votes than the Clinton campaign expected to be casted today in the college town.

Dartmouth students, meanwhile, are expected to support Obama by a large margin.

In other words, if the Illinois Senator pulls through tonight, he may have Dartmouth’s quarter calendar to thank!

The Yale Daily News

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