LoadedOrygun points to Willamette Week’s story about First District Congressman David Wu endorsing Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama that also mentions he might change his mind if his district voted heavily in favor of Sen. Hillary Clinton.
It’s funny, because he was just quoted this morning in an NPR story on superdelegates:
Still, some superdelegates prefer being holdouts. Oregon House Democrat David Wu, whose state holds its primary May 20, says he’d just as soon see Clinton and Obama keep battling for votes, including his.
“I will decide at a reasonable time,” Wu said. “I have very little intention of stretching it out till the convention, but I just have not had a reason to declare up till now.”
I guess the “reasonable time” was sometime between yesterday when the NPR interview was presumably conducted and today.