Democrats Unite

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    Poll: Obama has edge over McCain
    “The new USA Today/Gallup survey shows the Illinois senator with a 5 point advantage over McCain among likely voters, 49 percent to 44 percent”
    CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Poll: Obama has edge over McCain - Blogs from CNN.com


    Rep. Waters, former Hillary supporter switches to Obama

    “It is now time to close ranks and time for all remaining delegates to put their support behind the presumptive nominee, Senator Obama. Senator Obama has run an effective campaign and has overcome many obstacles to create an energy that has brought many new Democrats into the party," Waters also said
    CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Rep. Waters switches to Obama - Blogs from CNN.com


    Oklahoma superdelegate endorses Obama
    “Holmes, who has led the state party since 2007, initially supported John Edwards…Holmes insisted the Democratic party needs to have a nominee in place “so we can get on with McCain and not each other.”
    CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Oklahoma superdelegate endorses Obama - Blogs from CNN.com



    Carter to officially endorse Obama
    “Carter, a superdelegate who has frequently spoken favorably about Obama, told Britain’s Sky News last month that while he had not yet announced his decision publicly, after the last Democratic primary June 3, it would be time for Hillary Clinton to “give it up.”
    CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Carter to officially endorse Obama - Blogs from CNN.com



    House Majority Whip James Clyburn endorses Obama
    "I came to that decision because I do believe that he has elevated this campaign," Clyburn said of Obama. "He has energized our constituents. He is redrawing an electoral map for Democrats."
    Superdelegate endorsements stream in for Obama - CNN.com



    Former White House Press Secretary Backs Obama
    “Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan, whose tell-all book blasts the Bush administration on issues including Hurricane Katrina, the election and the Iraq war, didn't say Friday whether he still considers himself a Republican. But he did say he supports parts of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama's agenda.”
    McClellan backs some of Obama's agenda - CNN.com


    It's time for Democrats to unite, this was a tough and interesting primary;we had some excellent candidates but now we have a nominee to support against McCain : Obama 08!
     
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