I sent gay Dallas Democratic superdelegate David Hardt an e-mail yesterday, asking whether he planned to commit in the wake of Tuesday’s primaries, which essentially sealed the nomination for Obama. Hardt didn’t respond. Maybe he’s still miffed about this post in which I said that just because he’s uncommitted doesn’t mean he’s undecided. That’s why they invented the term “undeclared.” Or maybe he just hasn’t checked his e-mail. In any case, Hardt was quoted in The Dallas Morning News today. Turns out, he’s still undeclared, but he had this to say: “The healing process is already beginning. No matter what happens, Hillary Clinton will do the right thing.”
Also, I didn’t realize this until recently, but we actually have another gay superdelegate here in Texas. Superdelegate Sue Lovell (pictured above), a Houston city councilwoman, is a member of the Lesbian Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Steering Committee for Hillary Clinton’s campaign. That gives Texas two of the 20 gay superdelegates nationwide. Not bad! You can read more about Lovell and Hardt on the Huffington Post Web site here.
Speaking of the HuffPo, here’s this morning’s headline: “Obamamania is back.” Did it ever really go away?
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