The latest news on superdelegates
Hillary Clinton's advisers are taking another tack in trying to outmaneuver Barack Obama for support among the nearly 800 superdelegates who may make the ultimate decision on who will be the Democratic presidential nominee.
Hillary Clinton's strategists are preparing an all-out bid for support from superdelegates as their last, best hope of winning the Democratic presidential nomination.
Nancy Pelosi's weekend warning to superdelegates not to vote differently than those elected in primaries was seconded today by former Colorado Gov. Roy Romer, a superdelegate and former Democratic Party boss.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's warning to superdelegates not to vote differently from delegates elected in primaries was seconded today by former Colorado Gov. Roy Romer, a superdelegate and former Democratic Party boss.
In urging them not to commit to any candidate, campaign betrays fear of a cascade to Obama.
Obama's 10 straight wins put Clinton in a tough position going into Texas and Ohio.
The DNC brings together a mixed bag of political celebrities and political nobodies as superdelegates.
As elected officials and superdelegates, Congress has constituents in mind when endorsing candidates.
Although a small portion of overall superdelegates, governors are making waves with their endorsements.
Here is a list of who has endorsed whom and who is holding off on making an endorsement.