Rep. Boren now says he will vote for Sen. Obama
Rep. Dan Boren (D-Oklahoma), a superdelegate to the Democratic National Convention, says he will vote for Sen. Barack Obama (D-Illinois) despite questioning the "liberal" record of his party's presumptive presidential nominee.

Last week, Boren issued a statement and said he couldn't endorse Obama. But now he says he will back the nominee.

Boren represents Oklahoma's 2nd Congressional District, where Native Americans make up 15 percent of the population.

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