Squeeze on Wisconsin's super delegates
The squeeze is on to get the Democratic Convention's super-delegates - the party's big names - to commit to Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton now.
Wednesday, party leaders urged the members of Congress who are still uncommitted to announce their votes before the final primaries on June 3.
But many refused.
In Wisconsin, five super-delegates are still on the fence - U.S. Sens. Herb Kohl and U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold, both D-Wis.; Feingold employee Paula Zellner; College Democrats' official Awais Khaleel of Madison; and Milwaukee state Sen. Lena Taylor.
Feingold says he's leaning toward Obama.
State Democratic Party Chairman Joe Wineke says you'll probably see more super-delegates endorse Obama in the next week.
Hillary Clinton just committed $6 million more of her own money to the race, for a total of $11 million.
Once that's gone, Wineke says Obama supporters will come out of the wood-work.
Clinton made a pitch to super-delegates Wednesday and Obama plans to do the same today (Thursday).
So far, nine Wisconsin super-delegates back Obama, and two back Clinton.
Those people will make up about one of every five delegates at the August convention.