After dozens of primary contests, hundreds of stump speeches and multiple cross-country trips, the Democratic primary race between Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama is nearing an end as voters in Montana and South Dakota head to the polls Tuesday. Obama appears to stand ready to clinch the number of delegates needed to claim the nomination -- but Clinton's next moves remained unclear as anticipation swirled as to what she might reveal in a speech to supporters Tuesday night.

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