Saturday, February 9, 2008

WASHINGTON - Democratic superdelegates

U.S. House of Representatives Members:

Rep. Brian Baird, 3rd Congressional District - Obama

Rep. Norman Dicks - Clinton

Rep. Jay Inslee, 1st Congressional District - Clinton
Shoreline Center, 18560 1st Ave., NE, Suite E-800
Shoreline, WA 98155-2150
Phone: (206) 361-0233, Fax: (206) 361-3959

Rep. Rick Larsen, 2nd Congressional District - Obama (Endorsed 5/8/08)

Rep. Jim McDermott, 7th Congressional District - Obama (Endorsed 5/15/08)

Rep. Adam Smith - Obama

Democratic Governor:

Christine Gregoire - Obama

U.S. Senators:

Sen. Maria Cantwell - Clinton
Sen. Patty Murray - Clinton

Distinguished Party Leader Leadership:

Thomas Foley (Former Speaker of the House) - Clinton (Announced 12/26/07)

Nat'l Democratic County Officials:

Ron Sims - Obama (Switched from Clinton 6/3/08)

Democratic National Committee Members:

Ed Cote - Obama (Endorsed 6/4/08)

Eileen Macoll, WA Democratic Party Vice Chair - Clinton (Endorsed 5/29/08)

Sharon Mast - Obama (Endorsed 6/4/08)

David T. McDonald - Obama (Endorsed 6/2/08)

Pat Notter - Obama

Dwight Pelz, WA Democratic Party Chair - Obama (Endorsed 5/18/08)

State's Total Unpledged Delegate Votes: 17

Caucus Results: Obama 68%, Clinton 31%


jackie said...

it's strange that - although obama won our state, the majority of our superdelegates who've pledged their support have done so with clinton, with a large group not speaking their choice yet (which has also created unnecessary drama).

what is it - favors? fear of crossing the almighty clinton machine? DLC ties? whatever it is, it's not in our party's, our state's, or our country's, best interest.

EosBlue said...

I've written several emails to both Murray and Cantwell about switching their support to the candidate who carried our state 69%-30%. As of today, I haven't received one reply.

It is hopeful that Cantwell says she will support the candidate who gets the most Pledged Delegates. Murray seems to be on a path to go "down" with Clinton in flames when she goes over the side of the cliff. I'm hoping the voters will remember this next time Patty comes asking for our votes.