As the primaries wind down, the battle for superdelegates heats up

Wednesday, May 07, 2008

With six primaries left in the Democratic nomination schedule, Senators Clinton and Obama are fighting hard for the undecided superdelegates who hold increasing sway in choosing the party's presidential candidate. New York Times reporter Jeff Zeleny and Takeaway Political Director Andrea Bernstein examine the back-room battle.

Contributors:

Mary Harris and Noel King

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