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Eighth Minnesota superdelegate to back Obama

A Minnesota superdelegates announced Sunday she supports Barack Obama for president, Minnesota Public Radio reported.

Democratic National Committee member Nancy Larson of Dassel—one of the state’s last uncommitted Democratic superdelegates—said she supports Obama because she believes he has the best chance of winning the general election.

According to MPR, it was a difficult choice. She feels both Obama and Hilary Clinton are “wonderful candidates.?

She decided on Obama because of his grassroots campaigning and the amount of people who support him.

Larson is among eight Minnesota superdelegates supporting Obama. Three are supporting Clinton.

U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson is the only superdelegate yet to back a candidate.