Hillary picks up an Ohio superdelegate
Ohio's presidential primary is long gone, but the battle for Ohio's 21 superdelegates goes on.
Hillary Clinton picked up another one Friday, with an endorsement from northeast Ohio freshman congresswoman Betty Sutton.
By our count, that gives Clinton a 6-4 advantage over Barack Obama in Ohio superdelegates.
With Sutton, Clinton has Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland, Cleveland congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones, Patricia Moss of AFSCME, former Ohio AFL-CIO president Bill Burga and Ron Malone of the Ohio Association of Public School Employees.
Obama has picked up endorsements from Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory, former Democratic National Committee chairman David Wilhelm, Dayton Mayor Rhine McLin, and Ohio Teamsters leader Sonny Nardi.
That leaves 11 Ohio superdelegates still uncommitted, including the two to be chosen later by Ohio Democratic Party chairman Chris Redfern.