Watch this number:
Everybody is discussing the fact that the Democratic nominee needs 2025 delegates to win. But that's the majority of all delegates. What's interesting is who gets the majority of the 3,253 pledged
delegates, which is 1627
. On that score, the latest
A Political Scientist at the PolySigh blog highlights an aspect of the Super Delegate scenarios that I haven't seen yet:
That really makes my skin crawl, if these people get to decide an election contra the will of voters.