Rep. Jackie Speier of California, a supedelegate, makes it official. She is for Hillary.
Press Release: Congresswoman Jackie Speier today announced her endorsement of Hillary Clinton for President. Speier was sworn in less than week ago as the newest Member of Congress, filling the vacancy of California's 12th Congressional District.
"Nothing makes me more proud than to announce my endorsement of Hillary Clinton for President," said Speier. "As a woman, a lawmaker and a mother, I understand what electing Hillary will mean for this country. She will not only bring an extraordinary grasp of the issues to the White House, but also a uniquely feminine skill set - consensus building, negotiation, and patience - that will serve our nation well. As President, Hillary will set an example for how to run a country with diplomacy and restraint."
OTHER GREAT NEWS FOR HILLARY THAT THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA IGNORES INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:
The Clinton campaign announced today the endorsement of winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Latin Grammy, musician Willie Colón.
"Hillary has been on the side of our families for over 35 years - she has been with us from the very beginning. I want a President who I can count on, someone who in tough times will be there for me -- that's why I'm supporting Hillary Clinton," said Colón.
The Operative Plasterers' and Cement Masons' International Association (OPCMIA) announced its endorsement of Hillary Clinton for President today. The labor union represents about 45,000 plasterers and cement masons in the construction industry in North America.
"We need a leader with Hillary Clinton's ability to turn around the economy and rebuild the middle class," said OPCMIA President Pat Finley. "She has a clear record fighting for working families, and is the strongest candidate to go toe-to-toe with John McCain in November."
Clinton Leads McCain in Florida Poll, Obama would lose BIG!
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Hoosiers for Hillary have announced the endorsements of 21 additional mayors and four local Democratic Party leaders, demonstrating Hillary's growing support throughout the To date, 28 Hoosier mayors and 21 members of the Indiana Democratic Party State Central Committee have endorsed Hillary for President.