A Wisconsin Congressman is criticizing the use of "super delegates" to determine the Democratic Party presidential nominee.
Congressman Ron Kind (D-WI) is one of several super delegates, which are not bound by state primary results when deciding their vote for the nomination. The third district Representative says the idea is anti-democratic. He says no person's vote should count more than anyone else's.
Kind is one of 16 super delegates from Wisconsin. Others include the Governor, other Democratic members of Congress, and members of the Democratic National Committee.
Kind has received calls from both Senators Clinton and Obama, asking for his vote. Instead of picking one on his own, the voters in his district will decide. Kind says he'll vote for whichever candidate carries the Democratic primary in his district.
Candidates have been heavily courting super delegates to win their vote in a tight race. Kind is calling on the chair of the Democratic National Committee to change the nominating process and abolish the super delegate status.