—NY Times: Indiana’s political history doesn’t look fondly on those pushing sweeping reform. “Change, it seems, may not carry quite the same political magic in this state as it has elsewhere.”
–Clinton aide didn’t rule out running some version of their Pennsylvania ad playing the terror card in Indiana.
—WSJ: Both candidates have advantages in the Hoosier State; Clinton with white working class voters, Obama with it bordering Illinois.
—Indianapolis Star looks at Republican crossovers eager to vote in the Democratic race.
HALPERIN’S TAKE: The Indiana primary.