Hillary Clinton may be out of the presidential race, but West Virginia's Democrats will be adding some names to her roster of national convention delegates this weekend.
That's because the party is holding its state convention today and Saturday, and will carry out the will of their voters in the May 13 primary.
Clinton beat Barack Obama with 67 percent of the vote. That means that she'll get 20 of the 29 national delegates selected at the state meeting.
Obama will get eight. An additional super delegate will also be chosen who isn't pledged automatically to either candidate.
Clinton suspended her campaign last week and endorsed Obama. But her delegates to the August national convention in Denver remain hers until she releases them.