Yet to make an endorsement, Gore remains the most most sought-after Democrat. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
(CNN) - He's the most prominent Democrat yet to take a side in the presidential election, but two sources close to Al Gore tell us not to expect the former vice president to endorse either Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama any time during the primary season.
The sources say Gore talks with both Clinton and Obama, and is on good terms with both. But with Sen. John Kerry and Bill Clinton both aligned to a candidate, Gore has a role to serve as the neutral elder statesman in the party.
If an agreement needs to be struck between Clinton and Obama down the road, Gore is in position to be the likely facilitator of that discussion.
Gore also will want to work closely with whoever wins the nomination to promote an environmental agenda.
As for two other major Democrats yet to endorse a candidate: sources close to both Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi say neither individuals have endorsement plans.
- CNN's Jessica Yellin
Where is my note that I send this ?????
Good, he's smart!!!!
Gore doesn't need to endorse anybody, he loss the Presidential election, Bush won, because gore distance himself to Bill. He taught his candidacy for President will be ruined if he will ask Bill help, that was his big mistake.