The Democratic National Committee’s changes aim to heal the lingering divisions of the 2016 presidential primary.
The Democratic National Committee votes Saturday on a proposal to diminish the power of superdelegates at party conventions.
The controversial system has come under criticism from progressives.
Bob Mulholland has no direct proof of Russian meddling in Democratic Party deliberations, but he remains suspicious.
Hillary will be the DNC nominee, she learned from Obama and followed the rules and won convincingly the most votes and the most delegates. Bernie was welcomed into the DNC, he was made a superdelegate, and received a proportional percentage of people on the Platform Drafting Committee.
Bernie Sanders and I share a goal of building a grassroots movement of people who want to take back our country from the billionaires and the multinational corporations. We want to make elections into about something different: Not the lesser of two evils, but the greater good.
It should come as no surprise that the passage of recent trade agreements have their roots in campaign finance, because of the immense lobbying power large corporations have over campaign coffers.
Unlike "some people," I will not be making this decision based on who can host the best fundraiser for me. I will not be making this decision based on what my fat-cat donors tell me, in part because I don't have any.
WASHINGTON -- For Maryland Democratic Party chair Yvette Lewis, scouting out hotels and conference sites for next year's
It's a new day in America. I am confident that we will unite behind the popular delegate winner, Barack Obama -- and tonight I pledge my DNC superdelegate vote to him.
Do you think that the goal of adding two more states to the early part of the process for the Democrats (South Carolina and
North Carolina Congressman (and superdelegate) Brad Miller today will endorse Obama, according to his office. Miller represents
Still, those are some daunting numbers. I'm going to go with at least a 30-point win for Clinton in the Mountain State, possibly
Forget the superdelegates, says actor John Leguizamo. There's a quicker and less painful solution to choosing the Democratic nominee: Mixed Martial Arts.
Obama's tone, attitude and substance gave voters the requisite reassurance that he possesses the wherewithal to bring his campaign back on track, when pundits had judged it derailed.
  Hillary is polling slightly ahead in Indiana, but Barack is still polling further ahead in North Carolina. This is why
Since Super Tuesday, every time Hillary picks up one superdelegate, Obama picks up three. If this continues, he is going to pass her very soon, and gain the lead in superdelegates.
Love her or hate her, you've got to admit that Hillary Clinton made an impressive showing in the Keystone State. And for
Chris Weigant blogs at: For those of you who haven't thrown a marker down, I've also got a betting pool
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