The Nebraska Democratic Party says President Barack Obama received unanimous support for re-election in its second presidential caucus.
Final turnout numbers from the caucus held Saturday were not
available Sunday, but the party says the entire Nebraska Delegation
will back Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte,
N.C. in September.
The Democratic caucus was the second one in Nebraska's history.
The first caucus helped bring Democratic presidential candidates,
including President Barack Obama, to the state in 2008. Obama won
one of Nebraska's electoral votes, making him the first presidential candidate to split Nebraska's electoral votes.
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