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6. Its is a Relevant Metric that Will Almost Inevitably Come Into Play
Sat Mar 26, 2016, 05:15 PM
Mar 2016

you need to deal with that fact

when all the primaries and caucus are over there is a good chance that neither candidate will have the needed delegates. There is a decent to strong probability they will decide the nomination because 50% of the delegates awarded from primaries and caucuses are NOT enough to win the nomination

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