Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar endorsed Obama on Monday. <br>The interesting thing about this is Obama now holds a 13-11 edge over Clinton among their Democratic Senate colleagues.<br>I guess the people who work with Obama and Clinton like Obama best.<br><br>Former Indiana Rep. Lee Hamilton is expected to endorse Obama today.<br>Hamilton was vice-chairman on the panel that investigated the 9/11 attacks.<br>This should boost Obama’s national security standing.<br><br>Has anybody noticed that Obama keeps getting a couple more endorsements each week to add to his list.<br>Last week Obama was ahead of Clinton 1,622 to 1,485.<br>Today Obama is ahead of Clinton by a count of 1,626 to 1,486.<br><br>By the way, Clinton’s lead over Obama in Pennsylvania has shrunk to just 5 percentage points, 47% to 42%.<br>If Clinton is to have any chance of beating Obama, she has to whip him soundly in PA.<br>So far, it doesn’t look likely.<br><br><br><br>
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