Hodes backs Obama; other Dems in N.H., Iowa waiting to endorse

Youngman, Sam; Blake, Aaron
July 2007
Hill;7/27/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 92, p13
The article reports on the early endorsement of U.S. Representative Paul Hodes on the presidential candidacy of Senator Barack Obama for the 2008 general elections. Hodes related that his endorsement is part of his campaign to change Washington that is in congruence with Obama's political campaign. Meanwhile, Kathy Sullivan, former chairwoman of the New Hampshire Democratic Party, questioned the early endorsement and stressed that early endorsement are unlikely to translate into votes.


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