Monday, April 28, 2008

Super-Super Delegate to Endorse Hillary

In breathtaking news, Talk Left reports that Gov. Michael Easley of North Carolina will be endorsing Hillary Clinton.

A local television station initially broke the news:

Hillary Rodham Clinton has won the endorsement of North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley, a surprise boost to her candidacy in a state where Barack Obama is heavily favored to win the Democratic primary. Easley was expected to announce the endorsement Tuesday morning in Raleigh, the state capital, one week before North Carolina's primary on May 6, according to people close to the governor and to Clinton. The individuals spoke on condition of anonymity because the formal announcement was pending.
CQ Politics reminds readers that Obama previously won the "endorsements of three of the seven Democratic House members from North Carolina -- Melvin Watt , David E. Price and G.K. Butterfield -- with the remaining four [members] undeclared. Reps. Heath Shuler , Bob Etheridge , Mike McIntyre and Brad Miller have yet to endorse.

Wow!!! Sure looks like Obama may have to cancel that White House drapery order. Go ahead, Elizabeth, endorse; you know you wanna do it!

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