Democrat delegates should listen to voters

Regarding the story, "Despite loss in NH primary, super delegates with Clinton," that is a slap in the face to all the residents of the state who took the time on Tuesday to vote for their candidates of choice. Do our votes no longer count? It certainly seems that way. According to the article, six of the eight Democratic super delegates are solidly in Clinton’s camp, despite the voice of the people who overwhelmingly chose Sanders. This is democracy? I don’t think so. Why bother to vote if the outcome is a "done deal" dictated by a select few trying to protect their own interests? Quite simply, super delegates should follow the country’s popular vote whatever it may be. Now that’s democracy.

Nancy Nordstrom

Hudson