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  1. June 9, 2008

    The Diary: Martha Lane Fox

    ...how that would affect the cycle of re-offending. I am addicted to Barack Obama. I think he has superpowers as well as superdelegates. I am constantly impressed by how he has used the web not only to garner support but also to raise enormous amounts of... By Martha Lane Fox

  2. June 7, 2008

    The Diary - Martha Lane Fox

    ...how that would affect the cycle of re-offending. I am addicted to Barack Obama. I think he has superpowers as well as superdelegates. I am constantly impressed by how he has used the web not only to garner support but also to raise enormous amounts of... By Martha Lane Fox

  3. June 4, 2008

    Clinton close to exit as Obama nears victory

    ...behind him. The Illinois senator was aiming to secure enough superdelegates to declare victory at a rally in St Paul, Minnesota, last...officials rather than ordinary voters. His ability to bring superdelegates into line behind him was viewed as the first test of his... By Andrew Ward in Washington

  1. May 29, 2008

    Clinton letter to superdelegates

    Dear The stakes in this election are so high: with two wars abroad, our economy in crisis here at home, and so many

  2. May 21, 2008

    Clinton to fight on over disputed delegates

    ...Mrs Clinton’s decision to campaign in Florida was widely seen as a final push to persuade the Democratic Party’s superdelegates, who will ultimately crown the nominee, that she was better able to defeat Mr McCain in the autumn. It came little more... By Edward Luce in Tampa, Florida and Andrew Ward in Washington

  3. May 21, 2008

    Analysis: Clinton focuses on exit strategy

    ...the White House. Until a few weeks ago, Mrs Clinton made that argument in the genuine hope of persuading Democratic “superdelegates” to give her the nomination. Now, many believe the message is designed to convince Mr Obama that he cannot win without... By Andrew Ward in Washington

  4. May 21, 2008

    Obama sees prize within reach

    ...majority of the 3,253 available nationwide. He is also leading among the nearly 800 Democratic officials, known as “superdelegates”, whose votes look likely to decide the contest. Mrs Clinton argued that the Mr Obama’s advantage would be much... By Andrew Ward in Washington

  5. May 15, 2008

    Edwards backing for Obama campaign

    ...add to the pressure on Mrs Clinton to drop out. In the past week, Mr Obama has picked up the endorsement of almost 30 superdelegates - the unelected Democratic officials who will ultimately decide the nomination. Mrs Clinton has attracted two. Mrs Clinton... By Edward Luce in Washington

  6. May 15, 2008

    Blow to Clinton as Edwards backs Obama

    ...Edwards cannot instruct them which way to vote. In the past week, Mr Obama has picked up the endorsement of almost 30 "superdelegates" - the unelected Democratic officials who will decide the nomination. Mrs Clinton has attracted two. Mrs Clinton has... By Edward Luce in Washington

  7. May 15, 2008

    Republicans fear election juggernaut

    ...West Virginia stemmed the flow of "superdelegates" moving in his direction. Yesterday...added their endorsements to the 27 superdelegates who have backed him in the past week. With more superdelegates now supporting him - up from a deficit... By Edward Luce and Andrew Ward in Washington

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