If she lost either state, even by one vote, Hillary was done.

She is probably still done, but she has finally ended the Obama winning streak, gained in the delegate count, and garnered some important momentum as the race-that-will-not-end next turns its focus to my home, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Hillary has a distinct advantage in The Keystone State, as its makeup more closely matches the traditional Democratic base that Hillary is popular with and she has the support of Governor Ed Rendell, who won reelection not to long ago in a complete blowout.

The delegate math still says she is a longshot, but I’m quite sure she’s dusting off Bill’s “comeback kid” speech as I type, hoping beyond hope she can win enough to force a brokered convention, where her ties to the Democratic leadership could win the day for her.

It ain’t over yet.