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It's all about the delegates

Some candidates focus on a strategy of racking up the delegate count. But it can be a complicated process that gives some states more influence than others. But just because it's unclear who's ahead, doesn't mean that it's a poor strategy. Look no further than 2008. While Hillary Clinton was winning Democratic strongholds like California, then candidate Barack Obama focused on states where a candidate can get the most delegates


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