This endorsement shouldn’t come as a shock. Ever since Richardson caucus goers defected to Barack Obama in Iowa, it was pretty clear to me that this day would come at some point. The Richardson endorsement represents another experienced old hand in the Democratic Party getting behind Obama, suggests he thinks Obama is the likely winner, and is a possible preview of the general election ticket. But I think the timing of the announcement means that it will get lost in the shuffle. Had he endorsed Obama before Ohio and Texas, it may have had more impact by adding to the “Democrats rallying around Obama” narrative, and may have helped in Texas among hispanic voters. But at this point, I’m not sure it’s such a huge deal. More here.
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