Obama woos a superdelegate away from Clinton, Hillary's ownsupporters dislike her gas-tax holiday, and new polls suggest theObama-Clinton split is getting deeper but that Democrats are stilllikely to win the White House. Clinton dives half a point to 12.1 percent .
FormerDNC chair Joe Andrew sounded a clarion call for superdelegates byendorsing Barack Obama today. Andrew is an impressive get because he'sthe kind of establishment Democrat that Obama could win over only bybrute political and mathematical force. (Not to mention he has twofirst names.) In an interview with the Associated Press , Andrew said that Obama wisely rejected the gas-tax holiday and deftly handled the Rev. Wright imbroglio and that it was time to heal the rift in the Democratic Party...
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