Clinton says she expects superdelegates to start deciding after Tuesday

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May 30, 2008 23:59

 
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Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday she expects uncommitted superdelegates to begin make the choice that will decide her marathon Democratic primary race against Barack Obama soon after Tuesday's primaries. In a conference call with Montana reporters, Clinton was asked about an effort by top Democratic leaders to push for a quick end to the fight for the presidential nomination after primaries in South Dakota and Montana next week. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said that he, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and party chairman Howard Dean will urge uncommitted delegates to choose sides. Clinton said: "I think that after the final primaries, people are going to start making up their minds. I think that is the natural progression that one would expect."

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