5 questions you have about delegates, answered

From roll calls and speeches to flags and funny hats, the national conventions are usually conventional pep rallies for the two major parties (Clint Eastwood and empty chairs in Tampa notwithstanding). But this year, the Democratic and Republican delegates and the arcane rules that govern their gatherings actually matter. On the left, Hillary Clinton remains the favorite for the nomination, but Bernie Sanders hasn’t given up hope, buoyed by some 2,000 delegates still available for capture. On the right, Donald Trump could fall short of winning a majority of delegates, and that may lead to a contested GOP convention. After … >>More
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