- Associated Press - Thursday, February 18, 2016

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have picked up two superdelegates in New Jersey since The Associated Press’ last survey in November.

Clinton maintains a 9-2 superdelegate lead in New Jersey with five others uncommitted and an AP survey found Clinton holding a dominant lead in superdelegates nationally.

Here is where the state’s 16 superdelegates stand as of this week.

CLINTON:

-Sen. Cory Booker

-Rep. Frank Pallone

-Rep. Bill Pascrell

-Rep. Donald Payne

-Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman

-DNC member Tonio Burgos

-DNC Member Barbra Casbar Siperstein

-DNC Member John Currie (new)

-DNC Member Lizette Delgado-Polanco (new)

SANDERS:

-Assemblyman John Wisniewski (new)

-DNC Member Reni Erdosi (new)

Uncommitted:

-Sen. Bob Menendez

-DNC Member George Norcross

-U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross

-Rep. Albio Sires

-DNC Member Marcia Marley

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