This is a rush transcript from "America's Election HQ," May 6, 2008. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
BILL HEMMER, CO-HOST: Think it's over after tonight? Think again. Take a look at the calendar and you'll see a string of battles ahead in the month of May into June. And Douglas Kennedy - he's got his date book out tonight. What's happening, Douglas.
DOUGLAS KENNEDY, FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT: That's right, Bill. No matter what happens today, the last primary is now less than a month away, which means we're all going to be suffering from a little voter withdrawal.
SEN. HILLARY CLINTON (D-NY), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Hello, Terre Haute!
KENNEDY (voice over): And then, there were six. After today, six remaining Democratic contests. But unlike the previous primaries and caucuses, these six will definitely decide it all.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We're really coming down to the wire here. No one thought it would go this far.
KENNEDY: And in these six, there is something for almost everyone because almost all of the country's regions will be represented, including the East Coast with West Virginia on May 13 with 28 delegates at stake.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: West Virginia is one of these former industrial states that has a lot of white working class voters, economically depressed in areas, voters who have gone for Hillary Clinton in past dates.
KENNEDY: One week after that, the focus will be on the south and west when Kentucky and Oregon hold their primaries, a day in which 103 delegates will be up for grabs.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Kentucky is similar to West Virginia. Oregon quite the opposite - populations are very affluent voters, well educated voters, voters who have gone for Obama in the past.
KENNEDY: The finish line will be in the Super South on June 1st with Puerto Rico's 55 delegates and the northern border on June 3rd in Montana and South Dakota with their 47.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Here we are with every single state mattering, really exciting, really down to the wire.
KENNEDY: That's it from here, Bill and Megyn. Back to you.
HEMMER: Good deal, Douglas.
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