Washington: Super delegates are the privileged party leaders whose standing gives them a say in picking the presidential nominee of the Democratic Party. Likely to play important role in the near future, the super delegates are free to back whomever they wish at the end of the primaries, regardless of who leads in the popular vote or pledged delegates. Yes, the national committee Chairman of the Democratic Party, Howard Dean said that on Tuesday, citing Democratic rules.
It’s becoming even more knotty, while the more clear and plausible it’s getting, that neither Sen. Hillary Clinton nor Sen. Barack Obama will win a clear majority of delegates before the Democratic Party's convention this summer.
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