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Here's a summary and a list of the superdelegates from Florida and Michigan. We've always included these superdelegates on our lists of supers who have and have not committed to a candidate, but they're shown in red, and not included in most of our delegate trackers. Remember that if either state delegation is seated by any method, either by a revote or by the Convention Credentials Committee, all these superdelegates get their votes back.
Florida: 23 superdelegates, and 3 add-ons.
- Clinton has 8 of them: Sen. Bill Nelson, Chuck Mohlke, Raul Martinez, Rep. Alcee Hastings, Rep. Corrine Brown, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Rep. Kendrick Meek, Ken Curtis
- Obama has 4: Allan Katz, Joyce Cusack, Rep. Kathy Castor, Rep. Robert Wexler
- 11 are Uncommitted: Rep. Allen Boyd, Diane Glasser, Jon Ausman, Janee Murphy, Karen Thurman, Mitchell Ceasar, Rep. Ron Klein, Rudolph Parker, Terrie Brady, Rep. Tim Mahoney, Andrew Tobias
- Clinton has 7: Gov. Jennifer Granholm, Sen. Debbie Stabenow, Rep. John Dingell, Rep. Sander Levin, Rep. Dale Kildee, John Cherry, Joel Ferguson
- Obama has 1: Rep. John Conyers
- 18 are Uncommitted: Sen. Carl Levin, Rep. Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick, Rep. Bart Stupak, Arthenia Abbott, Debbie Dingell, Elizabeth Bunn, Robert Ficano, Jeffrey Radjewski, Joyce Lalonde, Lauren Wolfe, Michael Tardiff, Richard Wiener, Virgie Rollins, Eric Coleman, Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, Lu Battaglieri, Richard Shoemaker, Mark Brewer
Clinton would pick up a net +10 from these numbers, but many of these supers have not endorsed because of the unknown status of their state's elections, and who knows how the undeclared would break.