Obama picks up another super delegate, with Pa. Senator Bob Casey set to endorse him. Also on the election front, John McCain is rolling out his first general election ad. McCain will have a big jump start on the dems with his general election campaigning. It's ashame the person losing in the Democratic race isn't devoted enough to the party to drop out and let the party start healing and worry about actually winning the White House, instead of winning the nomination only.
The talk now is that Clinton and Obama will most likely end up sharing a ticket. The Clinton campaign has already hinted at this, and Chuck Todd echoed the same thing this morning on MSNBC.
I think this might be the best possibility out there, if done right. What needs to happen is both candidates agree that the other will be their running mate. Then they stop the harsh attacks on each other and focus amongst the differences. They also need to focus on John McCain. Now that he is the presumptive nominee, he has the full force of the GOP behind him and a jump start on November. That means Clinton and Obama both going after him will be the best solution.
Having these two run on a ticket together could be the best hope for the Democrats to win the White House this fall. Since the primary races are starting to become more sparse, let's hope they come to an agreement on such. Let the voters decide who has the top spot on the ticket, but the other one will be on the ticket also.