(CNN) - Oregon Rep. David Wu said Thursday he will cast his superdelegate vote for Barack Obama.
"I think we are blessed to have two strong candidates for president," Wu said in a statement released by Obama's campaign. "I am endorsing Barack Obama for president today because I believe that he is best suited to turn the page on this sorry episode in American history. He and I both had the judgment to oppose the Iraq War from the very beginning.
Wu, a five term congressman, is one of the party's nearly 800 superdelegates who will ultimately decide who gets the Democratic presidential nomination. He is the second Oregon superdelegate to endorse Obama ahead of the state's May 20 primary - Rep. Earl Blumenauer endorsed the Illinois senator earlier in the year.
Clinton also has two Oregon superdelegates in her camp - Gov. Ted Kulongoski and Rep. Darlene Hooley.
Here whe go again! Superdelegates who make good use of their brain alwalys back Sen. OBAMA.
There is more and more to come... clintons, wait and see!!!!
DO THE MATH NO WAY FOR CLINTON TO WIN. Gallup Daily: Democratic Gap Narrows, Obama Stays Ahead NEW April 24, 2008
Gallup Poll Daily tracking shows a narrowing of the gap in Democratic nomination preferences between Barack Obama (49%) and Hillary Clinton (44%), with Obama maintaining an advantage in the first results to include some post-Pennsylvania primary interviewing.
YES WE CAN!!!!
5 Term sounds like an Experienced man to me and he can see the Strength and Dignity in Sen. Obama!
He sees that if you are 'bought' by the special interest and lobbyist you have NO control because you are being controlled ($800,000.00)
Hint hint sounds like Hillary did not oppose the war!
I am glad to see more superdelegates making their choice whether it is for Obama or Clinton.
Thank you for standing up for a new direction for America.
GOOD JOB. I LIKE THIS MAN
Shouldn't the superdelegates wait and see how there state is going to vote?
Drip. drip. drip!
Way to go, Wu! Oregon is definitely an Obama state. Can't wait 'til we can vote. Soon!
DEMOCRATS UNITE IN NOVEMBER!!
Thank you, now I hope many other's get off the fence and support Obama and end this mess so we can get on with the General.
3 of 4 superdelegates to commit post-Pennsylvania have gone to Obama.
In other words, Pennsylvania hasn't changed the dynamics of the race at all.
Keep'em coming ASAP! Lets get this thing over with and get this dellusional lady out of the game. She has hit rock bottom already, no need for more BS.
.....and many more will follow. At last, the superdelegates are stepping up. Let's FINALLY send this lying, cheating, manipulative, desperate "woman" back to AR/DC/NY/PA or where ever she claims she's from this week. Haven't we had enough.
I just want to clearify that MSnbc morning Jeo and co Jeo's are just election gossipers who, have no work than to sit on the couch and try to witch obama.
I dont like them
A penny here.....a penny there........and in the end you will have a significant amount of delegates.........it is almost like the political delegates are "sliently sneaking away" slowly to support Obama.
Thats 3 new superdelegates for Obama to 1 new superdelagate for Hillary since the PA primary. Doesn't look like the tide is turning in your favor Hillary.
At this rate he'll have made up the net delegate loss from PA before May 6 even arrives.
That makes 5 Super Delegates since the primary.
Gov. of OK., 3 Congressman in NC and one in Oregon. Not to mention one last week in IN.
The tide is turning. The coalition is building.
Oh Clintonites ,another one bites the dust.....
Supers are realizing....it's fatal to go against the will of the people.
stay strong Obama!
That is great
Another on the team!!!!!
welcome to the winners circle of change.