Should Super Deligates vote the way their constituents voted ?
Superdelegates are non-elected voters who have the full power of delegates despite not being selected through primaries or caucuses.
There are 796 superdelegates to the 2008 Democratic National Convention, comprising nearly one fifth of the total number of delegates.
About half of the superdelegates are current and former elected officials: all current Democratic Congressmen and Governors, and all former presidents, vice presidents, majority and minority leaders. The other half are members of the Democratic National Committee.
Yes! Otherwise it's hardly democratic...
Also who exactly are super delegates? I was watching Jon Stewart and it seemed there was some random person (not in office) who was holding the position of super delegate, not sure if it was a spoof or true?