Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Impact on Superdelegates

It will be interesting to see how tonight's results will influence the remaining uncommitted superdelegates.

A lot rides on the final pledged delegate count as the whole primary election is based on the delegate count. Traditionally the pledged delegates decide the nominee.

Democrats are risking a lot beyond just this presidential election if the superdelegates go against the pledged delegate count.

Right now it looks like Clinton might net about 10-16 delegates from Pennsylvania, so again she is still too far behind to catch up barring some new revelation that undermines the Obama campaign.

I get the feeling that a lot of superdelegates are still vetting Obama wondering if has anything lurking back there in the background. After 14 months of campaigning, one has to wonder if they'll dig up anything before the last contest in June. At some point they will have to figure out whether they are going to trust Barack or not.

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