Quick hit post-game coverage of yesterday's results:
Allison Stevens at Women's eNews ("Women's Vote Gives Clinton Pennsylvania Win") notes, "White women went particularly strong for Clinton, with 64 percent backing Clinton and 36 percent for Obama." And goes on to quote Ellen Bravo: "'Some of it is gender identity and some of it is admiring her on other grounds,' said Ellen Bravo, an Obama supporter who is former director of 9to5, the National Association of Working Women, an advocacy group in Milwaukee. 'Some of it may also be race. I don't think it's so simple.'" Obama, in turn, drew heavy female support from African-American, young and anti-war women.
PunditMom shares insights culled from Pennsylvania college students.
And over at Addie Stan, some folks just want to Make. It. Stop.