According to this Albuquerque Tribune report the NM Democratic Super Delegates breakdown like this:
Political experts believe the Democratic presidential nomination could come down to the votes of “superdelegates,” party leaders and elected officials whose vote does not need to reflect the voting majority.
New Mexico has 12, one of whom will be named in April.
Here’s where the rest stand:
For Hillary Clinton:
• Albuquerque Mayor Martin Chavez
• Lt. Gov. Diane Denish
• Mary Gail Gwaltney, a Democratic National Committeewoman from Las Cruces
• Annadelle Sanchez, political affairs consultant with the National Education Association of New Mexico and vice chairwoman of the state Democratic Party
• Raymond Sanchez, former speaker of the New Mexico House of Representatives
• Christine Trujillo, president of the American Federation of Teachers-New Mexico
For Barack Obama:
• Fred Harris, former Oklahoma senator, presidential candidate and national chairman of the party
• Gov. Bill Richardson
• U.S. Sen. Jeff Bingaman
• U.S. Rep. Tom Udall
• Brian Colón, chairman of the New Mexico Democratic Party
No word yet, on when the Congressional delegation and the Governor will endorse a candidate. So far they have chosen to remain neutral during the nomination process.