Clinton supporters urge Obama to add former first lady to ticket

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton refused to concede the Democratic presidential nomination to Sen. Barack Obama despite the latter gaining the delegates needed to become the first African American to lead a major party ticket.

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton refused to concede the Democratic presidential nomination to Sen. Barack Obama despite the latter gaining the delegates needed to become the first African American to lead a major party ticket. Instead, the former first lady carefully stepped around the topic of defeat in her speech last night.


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supporters have urged Obama to make Sen. Clinton his running mate, and even Clinton herself has hinted that she might be interested in campaigning as VP. Meanwhile, Republican presumptive nominee Sen. John McCain declared the primary season over and sharpened his attack on Obama.

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