We'd love to be listening in on the conference call Sunday morning when Barack Obama -- and few of his top surrogates -- will be on the line with at least 50 top donors, organizers and grass roots door-knockers who supported John Edwards in California.
Already, at least three of Edwards' California co-chairs --- including San Franciscans Jeff Anderson and Jeff Soukup -- have decided to go O. Over the past few days Anderson has canvassed many key Edwards players across the state and found that about half are ready to move "and 90 percent of those are breaking for Obama."
Why? With the race tightening to a dead heat in California, many Edwards supporters realize they could provide the difference Tuesday, even without an official blessing from their (original) favorite candidate.
Anderson said Saturday that many of his fellow Edwardians feel that Obama has a better chance at "making real change in Washington as opposed to the back to the future kind that Clinton may bring."
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