Wisconsin delegates at the Democratic National Convention are casting their votes today for who will be the party's presidential nominee.
Voting goes on all through today, with the official results being announced later this evening. Wisconsin super delegate Jason Rae says it's still unknown though how the convention will handle Senator Hillary Clinton's remaining support. Clinton is set to meet with her delegates this afternoon, where she could ask them to vote for Obama.
Rae says the normal roll call could be done, or Clinton may cut off the vote to have Barack Obama officially named as the nominee. Rae says Clinton could also decide to release her delegates, so they can openly support Obama and give the party a unified ballot.
Rae admits it's somewhat of a mystery at this point and many delegates are even unsure about what will happen. He says it's a new situation for many delegates because of how long the primary race went on and the fact that both Obama and Clinton have such devoted supporters.