Superdelegates for Bernie!

As Bernie wins in more states, we need to put pressure on the superdelegates in those states, who have committed for Hillary, to switch their support to Bernie. The allegiance of a superdelegate should be to their constituents. The initial superdelegate information below was borrowed from Wikipedia. If you learn of different information or as superdelegates flip to Bernie, let me know!

The states are listed in the order of the point differential in the primary; the number of percentage points separating Bernie’s win from Hillary’s loss.

Even in states that Bernie lost, he won many of the counties in those states. superdelegates who represent those counties should cast their votes for Bernie!

If you live in a state or county that Bernie won, please pressure your superdelegates to support him. Let’s also make sure the uncommitted (and the O’Malley supporter) are on Bernie’s side as well.

More Twitter buttons will be added as time allows! Many of these people don’t appear to be on Twitter. Gee, I why would they don’t want to hear from their constituents?

Vermont – Won by 73pts

  • Richard Cassidy, DNC – Sanders
  • Jim Condos, DNC – Sanders
  • Howard Dean, DPL – Clinton
  • Dottie Deans, DNC – Sanders
  • Billi Gosh, DNC – Clinton
  • Tim Jerman, DNC – Sanders
  • Patrick Leahy, Sen. – Clinton
  • Bernie Sanders, Sen. – Sanders
  • Peter Shumlin – Gov. – Clinton
  • Peter Welch, Rep. – Sanders

Alaska – Won by 63pts

  • Kim Metcalfe, DNC – Clinton
  • Larry Murakami, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Ian Olson, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Casey Steinau, DNC – Uncommitted

Utah – Won by 59pts

  • Patrice M. Arent, DNC – Clinton
  • Peter Corroon, DNC – Sanders
  • Wayne Holland, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Breanne Miller, DNC – Clinton

Idaho – Won by 57pts

  • Van Beechler, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Carolyn Boyce, DNC – Clinton
  • Pete Gertonson, DNC – Sanders
  • Bert Marley, DNC – Sanders

Washington – Won by 45pts

  • Maria Cantwell, Sen. – Clinton
  • Ed Cote, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Suzan DelBene, Rep. – Clinton
  • Denny Heck, Rep. – Clinton
  • Jay Inslee – Gov. – Clinton
  • Derek Kilmer, Rep. – Clinton
  • Rick Larsen, Rep. – Clinton
  • Juanita Luiz, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Sharon Mast, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Jim McDermott, Rep. Clinton
  • David McDonald, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Patty Murray, Sen. – Clinton
  • Rion Ramirez, DNC – Clinton
  • Jaxon Ravens, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Valerie Brady Rongey, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Adam Smith, Rep. Clinton
  • Lona Wilbur, DNC – Uncommitted

Hawaii – Won by 40pts

  • Tulsi Gabbard, Rep. – Sanders
  • Mazie Hirono, Sen. – Clinton
  • David Ige, Gov. – Uncommitted
  • Jadine Nielsen, DNC – Clinton
  • Stephanie Ohigashi, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Russell Okata, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Doug Pyle, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Brian Schatz, Sen. – Clinton
  • Mark Takai, Rep. – Clinton
  • Shan Tsutsui, DNC – Clinton

Kansas – Won by 35pts

  • Kathryn Focke, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Lee Kinch, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Teresa Garcia Krusor, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Bill Roy, Jr., DNC – Uncommitted

Maine – Won by 29pts

  • Maggie Allen, DNC – Clinton
  • Phil Bartlett, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Troy Jackson, DNC – Sanders
  • Chellie Pingree, Rep. – Clinton
  • Peggy Schaffer, DNC – Clinton

Minnesota – Won by 23pts

  • Mark Dayton, Gov. – Clinton
  • Keith Ellison, Rep. – Sanders
  • Al Franken, Sen. – Clinton
  • Marge Hoffa, DNC – Clinton
  • Amy Klobuchar, Sen. – Clinton
  • Ken Martin, DNC – Clinton
  • Betty McCollum, Rep. – Clinton
  • Walter Mondale, DPL – Clinton
  • Javier Morillo-Alicea, DNC – Clinton
  • Rick Nolan, Rep. – Clinton
  • Collin Peterson, Rep. – Sanders
  • R. T. Rybak, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Nancy Schumacher, DNC – Clinton
  • Lori Sellner, DNC – Clinton
  • Rick Stafford, DNC – Clinton
  • Tim Walz, Rep. – Clinton

New Hampshire – Won by 22pts

  • Raymond Buckley, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Martha Fuller Clark, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Joanne Dowdell, DNC – Clinton
  • Maggie Hassan – Gov. – Clinton
  • Ann Kuster, Rep. – Clinton
  • Billy Shaheen, DNC – Clinton
  • Jeanne Shaheen, Sen. – Clinton
  • Kathy Sullivan, DNC – Clinton
  • Cory Booker NJ Sen. – Clinton

Colorado – Won by 19pts

  • Michael Bennet, Sen. – Clinton
  • Diana DeGette, Rep. – Clinton
  • Anthony Graves, DNC – Uncommitted
  • John Hickenlooper – Gov. – Clinton
  • Blanca O’Leary, DNC – Clinton
  • Lisa Padilla, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Rick Palacio, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Ed Perlmutter, Rep. – Clinton
  • Jared Polis, Rep. – Clinton
  • Mannie Rodriguez, DNC – Clinton
  • Roy Romer, DPL – Clinton
  • Beverly Ryken, DNC – Uncommitted

Nebraska – Won by 14pts

  • Brad Ashford, Rep. – Clinton
  • Ron Kaminski, DNC – Clinton
  • Maureen Monahan, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Vincent Powers, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Patricia Zieg, DNC – Clinton

Oklahoma – Won by 10pts

  • Jim Frasier, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Mark Hammons, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Connie Johnson, DNC – Sanders
  • Betty McElderry, DNC – Clinton

Michigan – Won by 1pt

  • Jill Alper, DNC – Clinton
  • Dennis Archer, DNC – Clinton
  • John Conyers, Rep. – Clinton
  • Steven Cook, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Brandon Dillon, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Debbie Dingell, Rep. – Clinton
  • Mary Fleming, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Barry Goodman, DNC – Clinton
  • Norwood Jewell, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Dan Kildee, Rep. – Clinton
  • Brenda Lawrence, Rep. – Clinton
  • Sandy Levin, Rep. – Clinton
  • Daryl Newman, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Gary Peters, Sen. – Clinton
  • Nancy Quarles, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Virgie Rollins, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Debbie Stabenow, Sen. – Clinton

Iowa – Virtual tie

  • Jan Bauer, DNC – Clinton
  • Scott Brennan, DNC – Clinton
  • Michael Gronstal, DNC – Clinton
  • Danny Homan, DNC – Clinton
  • Linda Langston, DNC – Clinton
  • Dave Loebsack, Rep. – Clinton
  • Andy McGuire, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Sandy Opstvedt, DNC – Clinton

Missouri – Virtual tie (won most counties in state)

  • Doug Brooks, DNC – Clinton
  • William Lacy Clay, Jr., Rep. – Clinton
  • Emanuel Cleaver, Rep. – Clinton
  • Melba Curls, DNC – Clinton
  • Dick Gephardt, DPL Clinton
  • Darlene Green, DNC – Clinton
  • Sly James, DNC – Clinton
  • Claire McCaskill, Sen. – Clinton
  • Jay Nixon – Gov. – Clinton
  • Sandy Querry, DNC – Clinton
  • Matt Robinson, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Roy Temple, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Brian Wahby, DNC – Clinton

Massachusetts – Lost by 2pts (won 9 of 14 counties in state)

  • Virginia Barnes, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Gus Bickford, DNC – Clinton
  • Michael Capuano, Rep. – Clinton
  • Katherine Clark, Rep. – Clinton
  • Debra DeLee, DPL – Uncommitted
  • Kate Donaghue, DNC – Clinton
  • Steve Grossman, DPL – Clinton
  • Ray Jordan, DNC – Clinton
  • Elaine Kamarck, DNC – Clinton
  • William Keating, Rep. – Clinton
  • Joseph P. Kennedy III, Rep. – Clinton
  • Paul G. Kirk, DPL – Sanders
  • Debra Kozikowski, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Stephen F. Lynch, Rep. – Clinton
  • Ed Markey, Sen. – Clinton
  • Thomas M. McGee, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Jim McGovern, Rep. – Clinton
  • Marv McMoore, Jr., DNC – Uncommitted
  • Seth Moulton, Rep. – Clinton
  • Richard Neal, Rep. – Clinton
  • David O’Brien, DNC – Clinton
  • James Roosevelt, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Susan Thomson, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Niki Tsongas, Rep. – Clinton
  • Elizabeth Warren, Sen. – Uncommitted

Illinois – Lost by 2pts (won most counties in state)

  • Carrie Austin, DNC – Clinton
  • Cheri Bustos, Rep. – Clinton
  • James Clayborne, Jr., DNC – Clinton
  • Jerry Costello, DNC – Clinton
  • John Cullerton, DNC – Clinton
  • Danny Davis, Rep. – Clinton
  • Tammy Duckworth, Rep. – Clinton
  • Dick Durbin, Sen. – Clinton
  • Rajiv Fernando, DNC – Clinton
  • Bill Foster, Rep. – Clinton
  • Luis Gutiérrez, Rep. – Clinton
  • Daniel Hynes, DNC, – O’Malley
  • John Keller, DNC – Clinton
  • Robin Kelly, Rep. – Clinton
  • Dan Lipinski, Rep. – Uncommitted
  • Michael Madigan, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Iris Martinez, DNC – Clinton
  • Jayne Mazzotti, DNC – Clinton
  • Barack Obama, DPL – Uncommitted
  • Steven Powell, DNC – Clinton
  • Mike Quigley, Rep. – Clinton
  • Laura Ricketts, DNC – Clinton
  • Carol Ronen, DNC – Clinton
  • Bobby Rush, Rep. – Clinton
  • Jan Schakowsky, Rep. – Clinton
  • Karen Yarbrough, DNC – Clinton

Nevada – Lost by 5pts (won most counties in state)
Actually, it looks like Bernie may WIN Nevada! See comments below!

  • Erin Bilbray, DNC – Sanders
  • Artie Blanco, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Ruben Kihuen, DNC – Clinton
  • Roberta Lange, DNC – Uncommitted
  • Andres Ramirez, DNC – Clinton
  • Harry Reid, Sen. – Clinton
  • Dina Titus, Rep. – Clinton
  • Chris Wicker, DNC – Uncommitted

4 thoughts on “Superdelegates for Bernie!”

    1. Yes!! That’s great news. Been watching for more substantial info, but probably won’t happen till the state convention. Of course .. the mainstream media isn’t covering this at all. 😮

  1. Bernie goal is to have the super delegates and delegates by the convention while he seeks all the votes than he can mustard. I support Bernie Sanders election plans and reject his opponent hawkish illegal activities. I as a person or candidate can’t not support the voting suppression that is going on.

  2. I have researched California and Washington super delegates and found a significant percentage of Hillary Clinton endorsers, were propelled into office by Bill Clinton endorsements in 2012 and earlier. Also, with Microsoft’s influence in Washington plays a role in this as well, as people need to understand the relationship between Bill Gates and Bill Clinton. I am compiling a list of these so if anyone is interested, please let me know craigdna@hotmail.com, and I will send you what I have thus far in the form of a word doc. It is appalling to me that Sheldon Silver is virtually ignored by the mainstream media as it pertains to the felony charges. CBS is the only one on youtube and they are completely downplaying this in their wording. The corruption of main stream media in this county should infuriate people.

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