The Washington Times - May 9, 2008, 10:58AM
Sen. Hillary Clinton
Several superdelegates from Indiana, Pennsylvania and Ohio are bucking the will of the people by withholding endorsements from Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, staying silent even though she overwhelmingly won their districts.\ \ The silence from dozens of superdelegates who have good reason to back Mrs. Clinton amplifies the near impossibility of her winning the Democratic presidential nod.\ \ The schedules of Mrs. Clinton and her rival Sen. Barack Obama revealed their priorities: She campaigned in three states while he spent yesterday wooing superdelegates among Democratic lawmakers on Capitol Hill.\ \ While Mr. Obama received a rock-star welcome, signed autographs and posed for photos, Mrs. Clinton told voters that they must ignore pundits who have counted her out more times than she can count.

here scooped up an update on the Florida and Michigan mess Christina Bellantoni, national political reporter, The Washington Times