Johnson: Candidates Should Finish Out The Primaries
May 7, 2008, 3:00 PM
Senator Tim Johnson says the nomination process should be allowed to play out through the June 3rd primaries in South Dakota and Montana, the last in the nation.
Johnson, a superdelegate who has endorsed Barack Obama, says the Democratic superdelegates should make up their minds as soon as June 3rd is over, and that whichever candidate is losing at that time should withdraw.
He also says he's sure that former Senator George McGovern's decision today to withdraw his endorsement of Hillary Clinton was painful.
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