17 Senate Superdelegates To Back Obama?

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Barack, Democrats, Hillary, Super Delegates!!!

A further sign that things are coalescing behind the Illinois senator?

From CNN:

Most of the seventeen Democratic senators who have remained uncommitted throughout the primaries will endorse Barack Obama for president this week, CNN has learned.

Sources familiar with discussions between Obama supporters and these senators tell CNN’s Gloria Borger that the senators will wait until after the South Dakota and Montana primaries to announce their support for Obama.

Two sources familiar with the sessions said the endorsements will come sometime later this week.

So maybe we’re looking at 16 since Reid won’t endorse?

Politico thinks the number is 15…

The 15 uncommitted Senate superdelegates are meeting this afternoon to discuss how to proceed on making their endorsements and are likely to back Sen. Barack Obama in the next couple of days, sources tell Politico.

More as it develops…


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