It appears as if Guam is actually voting for superdelegates today too.
Also on the ballot Saturday was the race for chairman and vice chairman of the U.S. territory’s Democratic Party. The winners of that race will serve as superdelegates.
According to the election official, the slate of Pilar Lujan and Jaime Paulino leads the slate of Joseph Artero Cameron and Arlen Bordallo. Lujan remains uncommitted in the race for president, but running mate Paulino has endorsed Obama.
Both Cameron and Bordallo have endorsed Clinton. Incumbent Chairman Tony Charfauros and running mate Mary Ann Cabrera are in third place. Neither has endorsed a presidential candidate.
And, of note, while Guam only has 4 pledged delegates to give out, it has 5 superdelegates, making it only one of a handful of primaries where there are more supers than pledged. And at this point, every single one matters.
More as it develops…