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Analyst says Democratic presidential race is all but over

Despite Hillary Clinton's big win in Kentucky, political analysts say the Democratic presidential race is all but over.

Those analysts say barring any major changes, Barack Obama will take enough superdelegates to win the party's nomination.  He is now fewer than 100 delegates away.

Despite that, Senator Hillary Clinton has not dropped out of the race.  The University of Louisville's Jasmine Farrier weighed in on the debate Wednesday on Fox in the Morning:  "The Clinton team is loyal to the party even though they are ambitious, and they know that this is not over for her.  If McCain wins, she is the presumptive favorite in 2012 and there is nothing that she would do to mess that up."

Farrier predicts a nominee will be named after the last few primaries are over June 3rd.

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