DNC votes to limit role of superdelegates in presidential nominations


Well Democratic Party leaders have. Now voted to limit their own influence and choosing presidential nominees the Democratic National. Committee overwhelmingly voted to limit the influence of so called super delegates starting in twenty twenty those party leaders won't be able to vote in the first round for a presidential nominee at. The party convention they will be able to vote if, the nomination takes multiple rounds however this gives more weight to state primaries. And caucuses changes come after two years of negotiations stemming. From the bitter nominating fight in two thousand sixteen between Bernie Sanders and Hillary.

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