The Democratic superdelegates are starting to follow the voters — straight to Barack Obama.<br><br>In just the past two weeks, more than two dozen of them have climbed aboard his presidential campaign, according to a survey by The Associated Press. At the same time, Hillary Rodham Clinton's are beginning to jump ship, abandoning her for Obama or deciding they now are undecided.<br><br>The result: He's narrowing her once-commanding lead among these "superdelegates," the Democratic office holders and party officials who automatically attend the national convention and can vote for whomever they choose.<br><br>As Obama has reeled off 11 straight primary victories, some of the superdelegates are having second — or third — thoughts about their public commitments.<br><br>
Their recorded Superdelegate numbers haven't changed much that I can see, at least according to CNN. You'd think they'd want to reflect that in the numbers they have listed.<br><br>We are what we repeatedly do. -Aristotle
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
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