Undecided Delegates Tell What they Are Waiting for We speak with Eileen Macoll of Washington state and Jennifer Dechant from Maine about the pressures of being an undecided superdelegate. They both insist that if Howard Dean demanded an answer today, they'd give it to him.
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Undecided Delegates Tell What they Are Waiting for

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Undecided Delegates Tell What they Are Waiting for

Undecided Delegates Tell What they Are Waiting for

Undecided Delegates Tell What they Are Waiting for

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Alex Chadwick and Madeleine Brand speak with undecided superdelegates Eileen Macoll of Washington state and Jennifer Dechant from Maine about the pressures of being undecided. They tell us what they're waiting for.