Longtime Democratic activist Diane Glasser, who serves as a state and national committeewoman from Broward County, fits the classic profile of a Hillary Clinton supporter. She's female, white and over 65.
Perhaps that explains why she's gotten calls from the Clinton campaign but hasn't heard a word from rival Barack Obama. She's among the 13 Florida superdelegates to the convention who have't taken sides.
"I wonder if the Obama campaign has categorized me,'' she asked.
Or maybe the campaign is just cautious about doing anything that would compromise its stance that Florida's presidential primary was illegitimate and shouldn't count toward Clinton's delegate total.