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I’ve never really understood the primary process – especially for superdelegates. That shouldn’t be surprising since there are a lot of things about politics that I don’t really understand – like why "one person, one vote" doesn’t actually equate to a democracy (or maybe it does, just not the way we run one around here.)
I just got an email that a friend of mine – Rick Klau (FeedBurner – now at Google) has put up a great site called SuperDelegates.org which keeps track off all the Democratic superdelegate stuff. It’s very cool and based on MediaWiki so you can edit it.
While after reading it I now know more about how superdelegates work and the little cynical part of my brain understands better why they exist.