As a follow-up to my story in today’s Voice about gay Dallas superdelegate David Hardt, I think it’s important to note that while Hardt hasn’t committed to vote for either Clinton or Obama, that doesn’t mean he hasn’t decided whom he supports.
Although I didn’t specifically ask him this, I think it’s safe to assume that Hardt voted in the Texas primary for one of the two candidates. But for whatever reason, as a superdelegate, Hardt has simply chosen not to reveal his preference. For example, Hardt may think remaining uncommitted puts him in a better position to influence the race, or he may not want to commit to a losing candidate. Of course, this applies not only to Hardt but to all of the uncommitted superdelegates, which is why this story explains that Harry Reid, Howard Dean and Nancy Pelosi may write a letter “demanding that superdelegates make their endorsements public.”
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