Sunday, January 27, 2008

Senator Hillary Clinton heads into Florida primary and Super Tuesday with a strong campaign

While the media continues to blindly slobber over Barack Obama, Hillary is working hard on the campaign trail. She's picked up the endorsement of a prominent member of the national Democratic Party Pennsylvania Governor Rendell. The New York Times has endorsed Senator Clinton on the left and McCain on the right (instead of Rudy), and a major endorsement coming out of California for Hillary Clinton from the United Farm Workers is considered a major score from that state. Tennessee looks promising for Hillary with her pulling ahead in a Jan 25th poll, leading those who have decided to participate in the primary with a 34% ranking. Other endorsements are coming in from New York's Amsterdam News and California Congressman Joe Baca, while Hillary draws huge crowds at campaign stomps in CA, AZ, and NJ.

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