Senator Bob Casey Jr, Congressmen Bob Brady, Chris Carney, Tim Holden, Jack Murtha, and Mike Doyle, AFL-CIO head Bill George, Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl, and various influential Pennsylvania Democrats are all undecided in the primary race. They are some of the big prizes to be won before April 22nd. Both campaigns are courting their endorsements and both candidates are fighting to get them. Aware of their influence they are also leveraging this to convince both Obama and Clinton to support their pet causes.
Part of this illustrates the appeal of both candidates. Most Democrats I speak with like both. I also hear this listening to conversations everywhere I go, in restaurants, elevators, around water coolers, to people I ask on the street. I've spoken with people at Hillary's events and some are undecided. Some are people who can influence others, though not quite on the level as those above. They are attending the events, like me, to help them decide.
I am an undecided voter, one of many in Pennsylvania. There doesn't seem to be a battle to get my support though because one campaign seems to have conceded, assuming I've decided. I have not. You know what they say about assuming. I'm not presuming to put myself with the list of those above, I'm simply a Democratic Committee man trying to decide who to vote for April 22nd. I also happen to have a blog and I happen to cover campaigns, or try to.