That's what Chris Bowers is thinking:
It can no longer be avoided: super delegates will determine the
Democratic Presidential nominee this year.
That is also what I been fearing. Considering the proportional breakdown of delegates on the Democratic side, there will be no clear front runner after today. It's also looking like there might not be one after any other race.
The problem is that the Republicans could have a front runner, if not today then by March. That means that person has from March until August to campaign as the nominee, while the Democrats are still deciding. This could actually end up hurting the Democrats chances of winning the White House this fall, unless party leaders decide to take some action to get us a nominee sooner.