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Graham, Meek, Wasserman Schultz, Sink and Wexler - the "Endorsement Elite"

Washington Post.com lists the five Democrats as "endorsement elites" as part of a series that looks at the "five most important endorsements in the states set to hold primaries and caucuses shortly after the traditional lead-off troika of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina."

The five getting the nod in Florida are former Sen. Bob Graham, Reps. Kendrick Meek, Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Robert Wexler, along with chief financial officer Alex Sink, whom the column notes is "the lone statewide elected Democrat in the state after Sen. Bill Nelson, and as such is the titular head of the party."

Wonder how Nelson feels about being left off the list?

The piece notes that Wasserman Schultz is in Sen. Hillary Clinton's camp; Wexler is for Sen. Barack Obama.

Read more about the coveted five here

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