Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown told the Cleveland Plain Dealer that he will let the voters of Ohio decide how he will vote as one of Ohio's super-delegates. This is from the article:
Brown, the senator, is likely to help the eventual nominee campaign in Ohio. He said he will not announce his preference until after the March 4 primary.
"I'm going to let the voters of Ohio decide," he said.
What if they decide on a candidate who wouldn't be his first choice?
"I don't know," Brown said. "I think that both of them are very acceptable. Either of them will be so preferable to the Bush Republicans that are running the country now."
For what it's worth, we think that Senator Brown is making a very smart choice both politically and for the interests of the Ohio Democratic Party. Ohio's Democratic Party doesn't need to be caught up in what is an increasingly hostile and bitter primary process.