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Sen. Hillary Clinton rode the momentum of her Pennsylvania win into Indiana on Wednesday, with her campaign saying it is on pace to raise $10 million in 24 hours.

Clinton reported raising $20 million in all of March, according to campaign finance reports filed last weekend. Sen. Barack Obama raised more than twice as much last month, taking in $41 million for his campaign.

Obama's camp touted a big boost for his campaign Wednesday: endorsements from 49 John Edwards supporters.

Edwards, a former North Carolina senator who dropped out of the Democratic presidential race in January, has yet to endorse a candidate.

Indiana and North Carolina hold primaries May 6, the next date on the primary calendar in what has become a protracted and, at times, bruising fight for the Democratic nomination. Obama is leading in North Carolina, and it's a tight race in Indiana, according to recent polls. Read full article »

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