Update: See news from Alaska below; the Democratic Party there has passed a nonbinding resolution to end superdelegates.
Maine's Democratic Party has asked its superdelegates to vote for a presidential nominee in proportion to the actual results of the state's caucuses.
If Maine can dump superdelegates, so can every other state Democratic Party.
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