WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) - Barack Obama has picked up support from four more superdelegates and Hillary Clinton has gained two more.
The announcements came in the wake of Obama's big win in North Carolina yesterday and Clinton's narrow victory in Indiana. The Associated Press interviewed more than 70 undeclared superdelegates or their representatives today, and many said they don't want to get involved until the voting ends on June 3rd.
Meanwhile, Clinton met with undecided superdelegates at Democratic Party headquarters. She says they talked a lot about Florida and Michigan where she received most votes in two uncontested primaries where all candidates agreed not to campaign. The states were sanctioned for moving up their primaries.
CHICAGO, Illinois (AP) - It's been a day off from the campaign trail for Barack Obama -- but his staff is still trying to boost the pressure on Hillary Rodham Clinton to bring the nominating race to a close.