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Clinton Leading Among Genuine DelegatesCNN - April 2nd, 2008
BY MOLTEN KYLE
When pledged delegates and automatic delegates are combined Obama has a narrow edge with 127 delegates more than Clinton. But factor in genuine delegates and remove fraudulent delegates and Obama's lead vanishes.
This is according to a new DLC system that breaks down pledged delegates into the categories of genuine and fraudulent delegates. Genuine delegates are those elected in a closed democratic primary or an open democratic primary with fewer than 20% African Americans. Fraudulent delegates are won in open primaries, heavily African American regions, and in caucuses.
The Clinton campaign endorses the new numbers from the neutral DLC and has put out a press release stating that it "doesn't make sense" to include crossover voters, people under 45, people who make more than 50,000 dollars a year, or African Americans when determining the delegate count. The Clinton campaign takes particular exception to the delegates won from caucuses.
"Caucuses unfairly favor Barack Obama's supporters and open the process to intimidation and gaming the system," stated the Clinton press release.
"Hillary's supporters are often left out. Caucuses do not accommodate people in iron lungs, people shackled to the walls of dungeons, soldiers that died in Iraq before their votes could be counted, and Alzheimer's patients who can become confused by the process and the sudden movements and vote for Obama believing his supporters to be family members."
CNN will be adjusting its delegate counts starting Monday to include fraudulent and genuine delegate breakdowns.
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