- Associated Press - Saturday, May 28, 2016

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - About 300 Democrats from around Wyoming are gathering for the state party convention in Cheyenne on Saturday.

The main business of the convention will be to select the 14 delegates who will travel to the national party convention.

State party caucuses held in April determined that the 14 delegates will be split evenly between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.

In addition, the state has four superdelegates. They consist of the sitting state party chair and vice chair and the state’s two members of the Democratic National Committee.

While all four had earlier made pledges to support Clinton, they are technically not bound to anyone and can vote for any candidate they want at the national convention.

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