Kennedy to pick up Dryden and/or Volpe?
It seems Ken Dryden and Joe Volpe are among the fifteen Liberal MPs who voted against the "nation" motion. This of course raises questions of how much more likely Dryden and/or Volpe are to support him at the convention.
Both endorsements would carry big advantages, of course. Volpe is by far the candidate most likely to carry his delegates with him, so Kennedy would immediately receive a 4% boost. As for Dryden, his endorsement carries not necessarily his delegates, but at least the endorsement of one of the most respected Liberals in the party.
This doesn't solidify anyting, of course. Just wondering.