It shows the 13 current super delegates and, if they've announced who they'll support and the state party knows about it, it lists that, too:
The superdelegates are:
All 6 Congressional Democrats:
U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop (Obama)
U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson (Obama)
U.S. Rep. John Lewis*
U.S. Rep. Jim Marshall
U.S. Rep. John Barrow
U.S. Rep. David Scott (Obama)
Plus the party chair and vice-chair:
Michael Thurmond (Clinton)
Plus Georgia's 4 DNC members:
Former President Jimmy Carter
I spoke via email with Rep. Marshall's press secretary today, since Marshall represents Macon. The congressman has "declined to endorse any of the candidates for President."
Notice how that's written. The word "Democratic" doesn't appear anywhere in there, does it? Nah, I'm just kidding, the congressman personally voted for "one of the Democratic candidates for president," according to the email.
As for Lewis - who knows right now. Depends on whether you trust The New York Times or not, I guess.
By the way - the super delegate number used to be 16. But Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin is no longer a super delegate because she's no longer chair of the National Conference of Democratic Mayors. There will also be two unpledged "add on" delegates,who haven't been named yet. That will bring the total up to 15.