The battle between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for superdelegates is so close and contentious that the Obama campaign is sending out releases bragging that a single one has switched.
Christine "Roz" Samuels, a local Democratic committee member and former teachers union official in Montclair, N.J., said she switched from Clinton to Obama because he can unite the country:
"I now support Barack Obama because he has brought about a new wave of hope and energy to this country, especially among our young people, who represent our future," she said in a statement issued by the Obama camp today. "People want to see change. Barack can help unite this country and help us embrace our diverse nation."
The nearly 800 superdelegates -- elected officials, party leaders, and others -- could swing the nomination race because it appears unlikely that either Obama or Clinton will reach the 2,025 threshold just from primaries and caucuses.
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