Tomorrow, Indiana and North Carolina hold their Democratic presidential primaries. For the first time in my life (at least my memory, anyway) my home state will actually play a role in deciding a presidential candidate. Typically, the candidates have been decided by the time the Indiana primary has rolled around and it's all just a big formality. This time, the people of Indiana have a say in who the next Democratic presidential candidate will be. The best part?
Indiana will go to McCain in the general election. Indiana always goes Republican.