Cardin Endorses Obama
U.S. Sen. Benjamin Cardin (D), a Maryland superdelegate, today endorsed Sen. Barack Obama
for the Democratic presidential nomination, the Associated Press reports.
In a prepared statement issued today, AP says, Cardin said he had tremendous respect for both Obama and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, but he said Obama would "change the direction of our nation and return us to a time of hope, renewal, and prosperity."
Cardin had previously been uncommitted in the presidential race. His Maryland colleague in the Senate, Barbara Mikulski, is Clinton's campaign co-chairwoman in the state.
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