An Appeal to Super Delegates

Phil Bagnell
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93 Signatures Goal: 100

The notion of super delegates damages the democratic process, and weakens the mechanism of choice. By failing to acquiesce to the desires of your respective states, you undermine the voting system. As elected and/or appointed officials, you are bound by the principle of our nation; to uphold democracy. Super delegate votes should not count more than the general public choice. Should the Super delegates decide the nomination at the DNC without giving heed to the popular or accepted vote, the undersigned will vote for the Republican candidate in the General Election.

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    Andrea Edwards United States
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    Dave Russian Federation
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