Barack Obama has chosen a team of three to head his vice presidential search. One is Caroline Kennedy, according to the AP.

The others, according to an Obama aide, are Eric Holder, a former deputy attorney general under President Clinton and currently a partner at Covington and Burling.

And James Johnson.

(You'll recall that I reported that Johnson was part of the team, and not necessarily its head.)

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