Sunday, February 10, 2008

Will Superdelegates Decide The Democratic Nominee?

A roundtable discussion of reporters on today's "Meet The Press". Journalists discuss whether it is fair or not for the 700 plus superdelegates to be the deciding factor in selecting the Democratic nominee should neither candidate not achieve enough voters delegates to receive the nomination. Known as superdelegates because they are free to cast their votes at the convention as they see fit, they are the object of an intensifying and potentially high-stakes charm offensive by the candidates and their supporters.

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