Major Colorado superdelegates uncommitted
DENVER, Colorado ” Gov. Bill Ritter and Sen. Ken Salazar are among Colorado’s four remaining uncommitted Democratic superdelagates, and their representatives say there’s no definite timeline for when they will decide who to support for president.
Ritter spokesman Even Dreyer says he has remained uncommitted because he is governor of the host city of the Democratic National Convention in August. But Dreyer says Ritter may begin discussing who he will support after the final primaries on Tuesday in Montana and South Dakota.
Salazar spokesman Cody Wertz says the senator will consider the outcome of the Colorado caucuses when deciding whether to support New York Sen. Hillary Clinton or Illinois Sen. Barack Obama.
Colorado voters overwhelmingly chose Obama over Clinton in February’s state caucuses.
Information from: Rocky Mountain News, http://insidedenver.com/
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