CBC & Endorsements: Where They Stand : News & Views The Congressional Black Caucus is split in their support of Obama and Clinton.
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CBC & Endorsements: Where They Stand

Barack Obama — according to the Associated Press — is the first sitting member of the Congressional Black Caucus to run for president in more than 30 years.

But that doesn't mean the entire group is backing him. Among CBC members, here's how the support breaks down:

Hillary Clinton Supporters:
Sheila Jackson-Lee (TX)
Stephanie Tubbs Jones (OH)
Kendrick Meek (FL)
Corrine Brown (FL)
Alcee Hastings (FL)
Yvette Clarke (NY)
Charles Rangel (NY)
Gregory Meeks (NY)
Edolphus Towns (NY)
Emanuel Cleaver (MO)
Dianne Watson (CA)
Laura Richardson (CA)
Maxine Waters (CA)
David Scott (GA)
John Lewis (GA)
Donald Payne (NJ)
Donna Christian-Christensen (VI)

Barack Obama Supporters:
Bobby Scott (VA)
Danny Davis (IL)
Bobby Rush (IL)
Jesse Jackson, Jr. (IL)
Barbara Lee (CA)
Artur Davis (AL)
Gwen Moore (WI)
William Lacy Clay (MO)
Elijah Cummings (MD)
Sanford Bishop (GA)
Hank Johnson (GA)
John Conyers (MI)
Keith Ellison (MN)
Bennie Thompson (MS)
Chaka Fattah (PA)
Al Green (TX)
Al Wynn (MD)

John Edwards Supporters:
Mel Watt (NC)
G. K. Butterfield (NC)
Eddie Bernice Johnson (TX)

Not Committed:
Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick (MI - CBC Chairwoman)
Eleanor Holmes Norton (DC)
Jim Clyburn (SC)
William Jefferson (LA)

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