How Pennsylvania's superdelegates line up

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The state has 29 unpledged delegates to go along with the 151 pledged delegates who will be selected as a result of the presidential primary on April 22. Because the superdelegates are unpledged, they can change allegiances at any time. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton leads with 13 endorsements to Sen Barack Obama's 2. Ten superdelegates remain neutral and one could not be located by the Post-Gazette. Three more superdelegates will be chosen at the Democratic State Committee meeting in June*.

Endorsing Clinton

Gov. Ed Rendell

U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz, Philadelphia

U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak, Delaware County

U.S. Rep. Paul Kanjorski, Luzerne County

Rena Baumgartner, Kunkletown, Democratic National Committee member

Ronald Donatucci, Philadelphia, DNC member

Marcel Groen, Jenkintown, chair of Montgomery County Democratic Party, DNC member

Gerald McEntee, Washington, D.C., president of American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, DNC member

Jean Milko, Edgewood, former Allegheny County Jury Commissioner, vice chair, Pennsylvania Democratic party

Ian Murray, former chair of Erie County Democratic Party, DNC member

Evelyn Richardson, Homewood, DNC member

T.J. Rooney, Harrisburg, chairman of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party

Ruth Rudy, Centre Hall, former state legislator, DNC member

Endorsing Obama

U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah, Philadelphia

U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy, Bucks County

Uncommitted

U.S. Sen. Bob Casey

U.S. Rep. Bob Brady, Philadelphia

U.S. Rep. Jason Altmire, McCandless

U.S. Rep. Chris Carney, Susquehanna County

U.S. Rep. John Murtha, Johnstown

U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle, Forest Hills

U.S. Rep. Tim Holden, Schuylkill County

Carol Ann Campbell, former Philadelphia City Council member, DNC member

William George, Harrisburg, president, Pennsylvania AFL CIO, DNC member

Sophie Masloff, former Pittsburgh mayor, DNC member

Unknown

Leon Lynch, Pittsburgh, retired United Steelworkers vice president, DNC member


Source: Post-Gazette


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