The wait continues for a decision on who will serve as Democrat Barack Obama's running mate.
Several names are being thrown around, but just who Obama will pick as his Vice President remains a mystery. Democratic Party of Wisconsin chairman Joe Wineke doesn't know who will earn the nod, but he's hopeful the candidate will be able to help unite the party in the coming months.
Wineke says he'd like to see a candidate with a strong background in foreign policy, an area Obama has been frequently criticized on for a lack of experience.
Obama is expected to formally announce his selection on Saturday, just two days before the Democratic National Convention begins in Denver. Wineke says the timing is perfect.
Republicans also remain in the dark on who John McCain plans to pick for his VP. Although, Wineke does find humor in the rumors that former Democrat Joe Lieberman could be on the GOP ticket. The Senator is already a planned speaker at the Republican National Convention early next month.