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Paul Walker Said Daughter Meadow, 15, Encouraged Him to Keep Acting After 40 Alex Trebek Raps on Jeopardy, Sparks Internet Frenzy

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But an effective surrogate who's invested can't hurt, and a large role can only help Vilsack's chances of landing on the ticket, especially should Clinton win Iowa and then the nomination.Iowa is a battleground state that Democrats would love to have back in their column, and should his activism yield real results come next winter, Vilsack will certainly be worth a look when the veepstakes heat up next spring.

— Vaughn Ververs Trending News Watch live: Senate votes to confirm Barrett to Supreme Court Jared Kushner says Black Americans must "want to be successful" Former felons in Florida cast their first ballots in early voting Celebrities who support Donald Trump for president Senate set to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to SCOTUS The League Of Super-Delegates: Of the 2,000-plus delegates who will be on hand to pick the Democratic nominee in Denver in 2008, most will be won through the primary process.But there are 314 :superdelegates," party leaders and elected officials, who are already picking sides.

The Associated Press has gathered up the current "delegate count" as it stands now, and Clinton leads in this category, much as she leads in most national polling and fundraising areas.

Clinton has won the endorsement of 37 superdelegates, while Barack Obama counts 23 in his camp and John Edwards 15.Chris Dodd, Joe Biden and Bill Richardson have also nabbed a handful, mostly from colleagues in their home states.

Even as some campaigns have mounted concerted efforts to gain endorsements, these totals are symbolic at the moment.

The overwhelming majority of delegates will be won in caucuses and primaries and endorsements of superdelegates are non-binding, meaning they will end up with any candidate who wins enough delegates elsewhere to secure the nomination."Clinton, D-N.

Y., spoke at the Manchester School of Technology, which trains high school students for careers in the construction, automotive, graphic arts and other industries.

The school highlighted one of the nine goals she outlined: increasing support for alternative schools and community colleges."We have sent a message to our young people that if you don't go to college .

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