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DNC Chair: Superdelegates Exist to Protect Party Leaders from Grassroots Competition

DNC Chair: Superdelegates Exist to Protect Party Leaders from Grassroots Competition

Barry Donegan | Truth In Media 

Democratic National Committee chair and Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz explained the motive behind the Democratic Party’s appointment of unpledged delegates, also called “superdelegates,” who are former party leaders and elected officials who are allowed to ignore the outcome of primary elections’ popular vote totals and instead vote for the presidential candidate of their personal choice at the party’s nominating convention.

Democrats roll back Obama ban on contributions from federal lobbyists

Democrats roll back Obama ban on contributions from federal lobbyists

Zero Tolerance: 2 Teens Face Expulsion, Jail for Fishing Knives, Advil in Their Cars

Zero Tolerance: 2 Teens Face Expulsion, Jail for Fishing Knives, Advil in Their Cars