“The Democrats might be able to stop Sanders, but in doing so they would destroy their party’s own electoral prospects.”
This package of reforms is just a starting point for a wholesale transformation of the party.
Leadership must come from the grassroots. That’s how superdelegates met their long-overdue demise.
The vote is "an important step forward in making the Democratic Party more open, democratic and responsive to the input of ordinary Americans."
A historic showdown is again looming in Chicago.
The defeat of Crowley shows how grass-roots movements can prevail against the corporate establishment and its vast quantities of cash.
We deserve to have processes and institutions perform their assigned role of promoting debate, and electoral integrity.
“Sanders and his surrogates have made it clear that his hopes for the nomination depend primarily upon Superdelegates abandoning Clinton and voting for him to make up his deficit of pledged delegates.”
CNN and other mainstream media seem bent on calling the Presidential race before the primaries are over.
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