Obama Gains Superdelegates Surpassing Hillary

May 13, 2008

Barack Obama

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has gained 12 superdelegates, surpassing rival Hillary Clinton. The Democratic race has definitely swung in his direction, much to Clinton’s dismay.

Hillary Clinton

While Hillary prolongs the race, Republican rival John McCain has been gaining ground in the polls. The Democratic party’s attention is splintered, due to Hillary continuing to run a race that the public has shown via their vote, she is not their top choice. I think people are ready for the real race and this sideshow is a distraction.

John McCain

While she is free to continue the race, she is also free to accept the responsibility for the damage it does to her party.

“McCain runs strong despite low Bush ratings: poll”

Mon May 12, 2008 10:06pm EDT – WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain remains a strong candidate despite a gloomy national mood and record low ratings for President George W. Bush, according to a Washington Post-ABC New poll released on Monday.


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