The last two states voted today, South Dakota and Montana, wrapping up 6 months of voting.
Enough super delegates endorsed Obama today to effectively give him the nomination. In her speech tonight, Hillary congratulated Obama but said a final decision on her campaign will come later.
Dianne Feinstein and many others continued to talk about Hillary accepting the Vice President spot on a unified Democratic ticket.
I think a decision has to be made about whether keeping this nomination wide open is in the best interest of winning in November. I do not believe that it is, and I’m a very strong supporter of Hillary being placed on ticket as a vice presidential candidate. […] The reason I say this is because each one of them represents a different constituency. The constituencies are knocking heads at the present time.
Now that the primaries are over, I hope this web site will become even more relevant as we decide the future of the party and the party platform leading up to the convention. Let’s not take our eye off the ball. We will win in November.