Four Former Democratic Governors Endorse Clinton

Four former Kentucky governors are endorsing Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Democratic presidential primary.

The Clinton campaign announced the endorsements from John Y. Brown, Julian Carroll, Wendell Ford and Paul Patton on Tuesday.

Clinton says she is honored to have their support leading up to the May 20 primary election in Kentucky.

The Democratic frontrunner, Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, has been endorsed by Kentucky's two Democratic congressmen, Reps. Ben Chandler and John Yarmuth.

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  • by Sandy on May 15, 2008 at 04:58 PM
    Thank God Kentuckians have some sense and haven't been taken in by Obamania. Again and again I have asked BO supporters to tell me just why it is they insist he's the better candidate and not one of them can tell me. Hillary Clinton is strong, decisive and has real solutions to lead this country out of the morass in which it is lodged. So come on Kentucky, use your vote to tell America who will make the best POTUS--Hillary Clinton.
  • by norma on May 14, 2008 at 07:50 PM
    John Yarmouth won't have to worry about my vote again, and Ben Chandler is a disgrace! Thank goodness some of our past governors have the intelligence to vote for the right candidate. To the Courier Journal and the News Media please stop telling Hillary to quit. She's ahead - are you afraid she might win? because you know Obama is not going to win the national election and she would. I think the male egos are coming out-afraid a woman may become President?
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