Saturday, May 17, 2008

Superdelegates, math, and electing Senator Clinton POTUS '08

I must dispel a myth: the superdelegates CANNOT, at this point, put anybody within mathematical reach of the nomination. Superdelegate "endorsements" do not commit or bind them to anything. They can - and some have already - change their minds about who they will actually vote for at the convention, right up to and even during the convention. The only time a superdelegate's choice is cast in stone is when she or he casts his or her vote. And that happens only on the last ballot at the Denver Democratic National Party convention.


Anonymous Pat Babb said...

You are right on, sister, and we're going all the way. When Hillary said she was in it to win it, I took her at her word. When a woman says something is going to happen, it does. We're going all the way, and we're going to win.

May 17, 2008 at 10:12 AM  

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