WASHINGTON -- Pennsylvania Congressman Bob Brady called Barack Obama’s campaign tonight to say that he would cast his vote as a superdelegate for Obama, joining a number of previously uncommitted colleagues have done the same but asked that the campaign not announce the information until the polls close in South Dakota and Montana, he told the Globe.
"It was our opinion that after Tuesday we should commit and get this over with," said Brady. "A lot of them doing it embargoed at 10 p.m. tonight. I'm not embargoed: I told them you can do it tonight, tomorrow or whenever."
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