Talk:Georgia 2008 presidential primary and superdelegates

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Is Jimmy Carter a superdelegate from Georgia?

Yes. He is a Distinguished Party Leader. [1] --Xscinx 10:35, 20 February 2008 (EST)

David Scott and Hank Johnson

Many Sources have stated that both Rep. David Scott and Rep. Hank Johnson are supporting Barack Obama. Usually, their names are mentioned in an article about the senior Rep. John Lewis, and his switch from Clinton to Obama. The following article states that Rep. Scott is supporting Obama and that all African-American Democratic Representatives in Georgia are supporting Obama. (A list including Scott, Johnson, and Lewis). See "Lewis says he's supporting Obama".

Johnson is mentioned by name as supporting Obama in an earlier AP article. See "Ga. Democratic Officials Endorse Clinton".

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