Rachel Maddow wrote yesterday on the Huffington Post that Hillary Clinton is likely to stay in the race right through the Democratic Convention in August, because she can keep the Florida and Michigan question open that long, either because it won’t get resolved, or because she’ll appeal any decisions that are made.
Maddow also predicts that this would likely result in John McCain winning the general election, regardless of who the Democratic nominee is.
She offers one solution, however: “…based on my read of NBC’s delegate math, I think if the Clinton campaign won 100% of what they wanted on the Florida and Michigan dispute, Obama could still clinch the nomination — even according to the most pro-Clinton math — if 90 of the remaining 210-or-so undeclared superdelegates declared for Obama.”
Some of those 210 undeclared superdelegates are very likely in your state. Why not give them a call? Or an email? Urge them to declare their votes — regardless of what they may be — so that we can get this resolved. Here’s the current list at the New York Times.