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Another bookmark to get ready for the upcoming 2020 election season: #270towin #interactivemaps #electoralvotes #2020election



 
The rules change in the Democratic party primaries: IF no one gets 50% plus 1 pledged delegate in the first ballot at the convention, unpledged (super) delegates actually get more power than they had before. BTW Hillary got more than the majority of pledged delegates on first ballot in 2016 so the rules change actually made no sense - she also won the popular vote in the primaries by 4 million over Sanders. He continues to lie and fool young voters who were robbed of a good civics education by Republican cuts to education.

1. If a candidate wins 50 percent of the pledged delegates plus one during or by the end of primary season, then the superdelegates are barred from the first ballot.

2. If a candidate wins 50 percent of all of the delegates (including superdelegates) plus one, then the superdelegate opt-in is triggered and that faction of delegates can participate in the first (and only) round of voting.

3. If no candidate wins a majority of either pledged or all delegates during or by the end of primary season, then superdelegates are barred from the first rou... show more