NC delegates praise move to curb power of superdelegates in Democratic Party process

Hillary Clinton won her party’s nomination with support from 85 percent of North Carolina’s superdelegates – well above the 55 percent of regular delegates she received in the state’s March primary. The Democratic Party is moving toward reducing the number of superdelegates, who are party leaders who vote for their own preferred candidate at the convention.

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North Carolina Democrats cast their roll call votes

North Carolina got some time in the national spotlight Tuesday as NC Democratic Party Chair Patsy Keever announced its delegate votes in the roll call of the states at the Democratic National Convention. Video by Tim Funk.
Tim Funk tfunk@charlotteobserver.com
North Carolina Democrats cast their roll call votes 1:28

North Carolina Democrats cast their roll call votes

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YMCA campers play slip and slide kickball

Trump and Pence address thousands of veterans at the VFW Convention 2:44

Trump and Pence address thousands of veterans at the VFW Convention

Rose Ann Clark walks out on Donald Trump 0:43

Rose Ann Clark walks out on Donald Trump

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