Superdelegates: Is the superdelegate system in the United States sound?

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  • The superdelegate system is not sound.

    While the presence of superdelegates has brought an essence of change to the political system of the United States, the introduction of such delegates has brought a little more confusion as well. While regular delegates and superdelegates adhere to the same system of election, superdelegates have advantages sometimes not even related to political prowess.

  • The superdelegate system is no longer sound.

    The superdelegate system supports the rich and powerful within the Democratic or Republican parties. It does not allow for fair and equitable power between all members of the Congress. Each member should have equal power and rights and no one person should have more power our persuasion ability then his counterpart.

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