Ed Turlington, a former national chair for the John Edwards campaign who endorsed Obama last month, said that he always expected the contest in his home state of North Carolina to be close.
"The Clintons have basically thrown the kitchen sink at North Carolina and Bill Clinton has basically lived here," he said.
Plus, he said, people really only started paying attention after Pennsylvania, and it hasn’t been a particularly flattering time for the Obama campaign since then.
Here’s what he said about tomorrow: "Winning is getting one vote more than the other person."
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