Sen. Barack Obama took the lead in the race for superdelegates on the eve of a contest that's expected to fall easily into Sen. Hillary Clinton's column.
Rep. Tom Allen of Maine, Dolly Strazar of Hawaii, Sen. Daniel Akaka of Hawaii and Keith Roark of Idaho all endorsed Obama Monday, giving him a lead of four superdelegates for the time being.
Obama and Clinton face off Tuesday in West Virginia, where polls show Clinton ahead by more than a 40-point margin. Read full article »
CNN's Alexander Marquardt contributed to this report.