David Axelrod, Sen. Barack Obama's chief political strategist, brushed off speculation that Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton may be a leading vice presidential contender.
"We don't have a short list or a long list. We're coming here tonight to finish the process," Axelrod told reporters on board Obama's campaign plane, en route to his victory rally. "It's way too early to talk about that."
He shot down rumors that the two Democrats were planning a joint appearance in the coming days. "We have not had any back-channel discussions to choreograph the rest of the week,"
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