As it becomes clear to all but the most dedicated, and deluded, supporters of Bernie Sanders that Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee, some in the Vermont Senator's camp have turned their attention to reforming the nominating process in the Democratic Party. This is, in many respects, a good idea. The way both parties nominate their candidates is byzantine, inconsistent, often undemocratic, and almost always difficult to understand. Fixing this system, while not easy, would move American democracy to a better place.
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