"I don't think any endorsement for President means jack," Ed Rendell will tell you. But if you spend a morning watching the popular governor of Pennsylvania work the phone for his favored candidate, Hillary Clinton, you quickly see why he is the exception to his own rule.
Even if Clinton wins the state's primary on April 22, her chances of taking the big prize are slim--as Rendell, for all his bluster, must surely understand better than most. Either way, Ed Rendell will go on. "I like Barack," he says. "If he's the nominee, we'll bust a hump for him."
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