If Nevadans don’t put John Edwards into first or second place in their presidential caucus on Saturday, Edwards may lose his New Jersey campaign chairman: Senate President Richard Codey says he’ll consider endorsing either Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama before the February 5 New Jersey primary. With Bergen County Democratic Chairman Joseph Ferriero endorsing Clinton in Bergen next week, that could make Codey, a former Governor, the big fish on the Democratic side as Clinton and Obama seek last-minute support in a state where Clinton has a twelve point lead. Codey may be New Jersey’s most popular Democrat — the last time he was in a statewide poll, he did much better than the Governor and two U.S. Senators. That begs a question: how many votes would a Codey endorsement actually mean, since Edwards – with Codey’s backing – is only at 9% among likely Democratic primary voters.