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BREAKING POLITICS 3pm 6-3-08 CNN: Hillary Clinton Willing to Take VP Slot on Obama Ticket
Already, tt's being reported that a number of superdelegates are ready to announce their support for Barack Obama, theoretically putting Obama over the top for the magic number of 2,118 needed for the nomination.
So, what about the series of rumors: first, Hillary's campaign chair said Clinton is unwilling to concede defeat. Now, CNN is reporting that New York Democratic lawmakers say that Clinton told them she's open to being Obama's running mate.
What's true, and what's rumor? For sure, there's no getting around the fact both camps have polarized the electorate in the race for the presidential nominee. Apparently, one can't win in November, without the other. That leaves the BIG QUESTION: What will Hillary Clinton do?
On Monday night, a close friend and advisor of the former first lady told CNN that Clinton will say tonight "that she will do whatever it takes" to put a Democrat in the White House. Barack Obama insiders saw that as an indication she would accept an offer to be his running mate if asked.
Only 31 pledged delegates are at stake in those two contests.
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