Voters are going to the polls today in West Virginia, and Hillary Clinton is expecting a big win.
There's a lot more at stake than the state's 28 delegates.
Clinton is counting on a double digit blowout over Barack Obama to raise questions about his electibility.
Still, a win won't change the fact that Obama is now all but unbeatable.
He's already shrugged off the expected snub in West Virginia and is now playing two different political games...trying to sew up the nomination while campaigning in fall swing states like Missouri.
Clinton is heading back to West Virginia this evening for what's expected to be a victory rally.