Wisconsin's Governor says he's ready to offer whatever help he can to Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama.
Governor Jim Doyle says it's nothing against Hillary Clinton or John Edwards, but his support is going to Obama. Doyle says he'd be happy if any of them were the next president, but he feels Obama is a unique candidate who can reach across all kinds of boundaries that have divided the country.
Doyle officially endorsed Obama over the weekend. The Governor says his office is working with the Senator's campaign to see how they can help him win the Democratic nomination. That could include campaigning in other states, but Doyle says it depends on what he can fit into a busy schedule here in Wisconsin.
Obama won the Iowa caucuses last week and is gaining support in New Hampshire, but Super Tuesday could still be up in the air. Governor Doyle says things change quickly though, so it's hard to tell what the coming weeks will bring. That includes Wisconsin's primary, which is still over a month away.