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Now that a majority of states have had their primary or caucus we're going to compare the people's votes to the superdelegate endorsements. As with our other lists this will be constantly updated as new primaries/caucuses are held and as new superdelegate endorsements are made.
The table also shows where a majority of each candidate's support is coming from.
Unpledged add-ons will not be included in superdelegate numbers until they are offically assigned.
A few things to take into consideration with this list. We're showing results only by state and not breaking it down by congressional district or cities. Also, it's extremely important to remember that superdelegates (and delegates alike) can change their vote.
Update: David Sirota over at OpenLeft writes about Maine's DNC Chairman John Knutson who has pledged to endorse whoever wins the caucus on Sunday.
On Thursday, Knutson announced that he will support the candidate who wins the majority of the vote in Maine. "For all intents and purposes, Maine now has 25 delegates up for grabs since I will be embracing the candidate who wins Maine's caucuses," said Knutson. As a Super-Delegate, Knutson will represent this winning candidate at the Democratic National Convention.