Democratic superdelegates are shaking in their boots, and rightly so. The vast majority of these unpledged delegates, who will castRead more
If the Democratic wants to save face, it better demand an expedited process in regards to Clinton’s email dilemma. A refusal to do so before the Democratic Convention will only allow the cloud of corruption to linger over Clinton’s head.Read more
Democrats nationwide will have four extra chances to have their voices heard in establishing platform priorities for the 2016 Presidential Campaign,according to the Democratic National Committee.Read more
Hillary Clinton’s supercilious contempt seems to be mushrooming like, well, a nuclear cloud. First, she declares herself the definite winner with nineRead more
The Democratic National Committee acknowledged the overwhelming popularity of Democratic president candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday with five selections to the party’s platform committee.Read more
Let’s just cut to the chase, shall we? We don’t have much time for bull. We’re trying to get somethingRead more
The Alaskan Democratic party closed out its annual convention Sunday with a resolution to end the use of super delegates in the Democratic National Committee’s presidential candidate nomination process.Read more
Supporters of presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders fired a round across the bow of Democratic National Committee Chairperson Debbie Wasserman Schultz this week.
Former U.S. Secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton – and Sanders supporter- Robert Reich, recently posted in Facebook, accusing Wasserman Schultz of overwhelmingly choosing Hillary Clinton supporters for positions in three crucial convention committees, rules, credentials and platform.
Superdelegates have ignored voter referendum at the state level—they say they “don’t represent people” (which, strange as it sounds, isRead more
Sanders is already campaigning against Trump (as well he should be). True to form, it’s effective—and beautiful. Here’s why thatRead more