May 13, 2008

Superdelegates Breaking for Obama

According to a story published by the Associated Press Tuesday, presidential candidate Barack Obama could officially have enough delegates to win the nomination within three weeks.

With the West Virginia primary looming on the horizon, and all polls there indicating a Hillary Clinton victory, Obama picked up four more superdelegates Tuesday including Indiana Representative Joe Donnelly, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, Former DNC chair Roy Romer, and Anita Bonds, chairwoman of the Democratic Party in the District of Columbia.

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