Pennsylvania delegate makes a startling admission

You would think that the candidate with the most votes would win, but Americans have come to realize that it isn’t always the case. A potential delegate from Pennsylvania openly admitted that the person with the most votes may not get their delegate vote.

msnbc.com reports: One of the candidates for delegate is Calvin Tucker, a 63-year old former banking executive who now raises money for business startups in under served communities.

Tucker says that if he wins his election to be a delegate, at the convention he will vote for the candidate based on a number of criteria: he will take into account how the district and the state votes as well as who he thinks is the most electable in November.

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