Clinton Delegates Discuss Letting Go

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A Clinton supporter hangs out at the Pepsi Center in Denver on the second day of the convention. i

A Clinton supporter hangs out at the Pepsi Center in Denver on the second day of the convention. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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A Clinton supporter hangs out at the Pepsi Center in Denver on the second day of the convention.

A Clinton supporter hangs out at the Pepsi Center in Denver on the second day of the convention.

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Sen. Hillary Clinton is scheduled to release her delegates Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention. But not all of her supporters are ready to back the presumptive nominee, Sen. Barack Obama.

Correction Aug. 26, 2008

Some versions of this story referred to Hillary Clinton's "keynote speech." In fact, former Virginia Gov. Mark Warner was designated as the keynote speaker.

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