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It's an off-year election, and that means Democratic candidates are not exactly beating on the White House doors for a presidential endorsement.

"He's not an asset to me at this time." -- Representative Nathan Deal (D- Ga.)

"Only if they are coming down to endorse my opponent." -- Representative Don Johnson (D-Ga.), when asked if he would invite the President or Vice President to campaign for him

"It'd hurt me." -- Representative Collin Peterson (D-Minn.), same question

"Ann Richards will not run from Bill Clinton, and she will not run to Bill Clinton." -- Chuck McDonald, campaign spokesman for Ann Richards,...

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