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.

1 Comments:

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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