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Sen. Obama has taken the lead in DCW's superdelegates count for the first time.
According to news media reports, 2 Superdelegates from Virgin Islands, while Sen. Clinton loses 1.
Accorinding to The page
Day’s Tally: Obama 3, Clinton 0*
Obama nabs two Virgin Island supers — Kevin Rodriquez, who switched from Clinton, and Carole Burke.
Also picks up Utah DNC super Kristi Cumming after the state elects her as its add-on
Clinton gets Massachusetts DNC super Arthur Powell
The Associated Press - AP: Obama overtakes lead in superdelegates for first time
CONGRESSMAN HARRY MITCHELL ENDORSES BARACK OBAMA
Chicago, IL – United States Congressman Harry Mitchell (D-AZ) endorsed Barack Obama for president today.
Congressman Mitchell said, “I’m proud to support Barack Obama for President. Senator Obama and I worked together last year to improve care for our soldiers and veterans in the wake of the scandal at Walter Reed, and I know that, as President, he will work hard for our men and women in uniform. Like the primary voters of my congressional district, which Senator Obama carried, I am inspired by Barack’s vision for America, his ability to unify our country and bring much-needed to change to Washington.”
Obama also got OH add-on superdelegate Dave Regan
Current DCW numbers: Obama 274, Clinton 270.5
Late night update: Attorney General Martha Coakley is Massachusetts's other add-on superdelegate.