Kaplan, Jonathan E.
September 2007
Hill;9/20/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 108, p3
The article reports on the disclosure of Democrat Representative from Maryland Albert Wynn that he would not endorse any presidential candidate in 2008. According to Wynn he is keeping his head down and would remain neutral concerning the issue on the 2008 Democratic presidential contenders. Meanwhile, Wynn had supported Senator John Edwards in 2004 with expectations that 2004 presidential candidate would take Edwards as his running mate for that election.


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