(CNN) – Barack Obama picked up four more superdelegates Thursday, his campaign announced.
Washington Rep. Jim McDermott, California Rep. Henry Waxman, California Rep. Henry Berman and Communications Workers of America President Larry Cohen will all cast their superdelegate votes for the Illinois senator.
Waxman and Berman both have ties to the Clintons, and many of their prominent supporters in California are supporters of Hillary Clinton.
The CWA said Thursday that Cohen's endorsement is a personal one and does not signal an endorsement by the union, which decided last year that it would not back a candidate. In a Thursday release, the union said that decision would be re-visited at its June convention.
According to CNN's estimate, Obama now has 291 superdelegates to Clinton's 274.
Barack Obama is the one we need at this time. thanks to Washington Rep. Jim McDermott, California Rep. Henry Waxman, California Rep. Henry Berman and Communications Workers of America President Larry Cohen we the people needs this to move on and end this with the Clinton's
Hillary you are all done... Its over... for the good of the Party... its time for you to support Obama...No more negatives tricks...
When watching the campaign of Barack Obama, from the very beginning, with everything concerned, through out, I have known he is the one to lead our country. I tune in to CNN the minute I am home from work, but I also am online at break and lunch to be current on updates with he and Hillary Clinton. This has been very exciting for me this year. I am a backer of Barack Obama and count minute by minute his successes as one who really shows us he has the "how to" to run our country. I cannot wait to cast my ballot in November, especially if Barack Obama's name is there.
THANK YOU GUYS FOR YOUR SUPPORT
There will be many more to come.
Keep going Obama so we can Kick Bush out the White House and show Mcsame that we are tired of Business as usual!
Wow, this is wonderful news. Go Obama in 08!!
Obama is remarkable
Now that Barack has the lead in committed delegates, super delegates, popular vote, states won, I wonder how Hillary is going to try and change the rules again, to try and show that she is still " winning"..............
Is that sound I hear the bulkheads closing on the S.S. Clinton Ship of State in an attempt to prevent them from sinking?
Full steam ahead...Pennsylvania Ave here we come!
Senator Biden always loves to hear himself talk – he's usually not so repulsive – just annoying.
This man will lead our country! However, we have a responsibility to make the changes we talk about......................
Can we get this thing over and concentrate on Mc Cain. Hillary its over
Check-Mate...the fat lady has been singing and her voice is tired.
WRITE HILLARY'S NAME ON THE BALLOT
Keep em coming and lets end this!!
California is for Clinton
She won there. However, there are a few so still make the wrong choice for the unexperienced wonder boy
Is there any way CNN can update the delegate count under the ELECTIONS section quicker so we know how close he is to getting the "magic number" that cinches the nomination?
For example, above is the story about the new superdelegates casting their votes for Obama. However if you click on CNN's ELECTIONS section, it doesn't look like its been updated for a while.
Or another way to say it is this way:
Is it possible when the story like the one above is released, the Superdelegate count can be updated at the same time in the ELECTIONS section?
Obama is the real deal. Yes, we can!
CNN - the overwhelming majority of comments you post are just plan stupid. If you have a real "moderator" please encourage him or her to post the substantive comments, and delete those with ALL CAPS or lots of exclamation points!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thanks.
Update your own numbers CNN.
The gate has now opened! Come home, unite dems and lets storm to the White House to bring this great country to the level it deserves.
finally people are seeing the clear picture and putting an end to this madness. Let's reunite this divided democratic party. This is a year of democrat party victory, let's act like it please.