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NPR Primary Call-In Special

NPR will offer a two-hour call in special this evening to give listeners around the country a chance to react to and discuss the evening’s results.

Barack Obama is within reach of clinching it. Sources say Hillary Clinton said she would consider the VP slot. What do you think? Join the conversation.

In addition to coverage in All Things Considered, NPR will offer a two-hour call in special this evening to give listeners around the country a chance to react to and discuss the evening’s results. Neal Conan will host the NPR special, which will air from 7 PM - 9 PM Arizona time.

For more information and the latest Primary news go to npr.org.

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