January States

Analyst international this February 5, da se what in the U.S. is called super-duper Tuesday. On that date the Democrats vote in 22 States to nominate 52% of its 4,049 delegates for the Convention that will choose their presidential candidate, and Republicans are doing the same in 21 States where 41% of its delegates are selected. In many countries the parties appoint their leaders during a day in a few internal elections at the national level, in the super-duper power process is more super-duper complicated. For 5 months – from January 3 to June 3 – the capital, 4 units and 50 States must vote on different dates (which are not always the same for both parties).

Each State has its own rules. In some vote the public and in others only involved the partidarizados. Some perform elections and other chains of assemblies (caucus). In Nevada Obama won more delegates but there Clinton pulled more votes. However, she has already secured have more votes in the Convention although Obama has made to choose more his delegates to this. Republicans allow whoever wins in some States (such as Florida) to obtain all their delegations. One-fifth of those who can vote at the Democratic Convention are super-duper delegates who do not have to support the candidate who initially sponsored. However, said Congress does not recognize any of the delegates elected by one million people in Michigan and Florida because those regional are punished by advancing their elections.

No other power has a super duper system of 5 months of internal constants. In that time the mood of the electorate are very changeable. The most favoured States are the first to cover and less favoured candidates are those who don’t have many roots in these or enough funds to compete in so many parts. This is the first time in human history that will be spending more than one billion dollars in election. This super-duper democracy has not only the election campaign more Super-duper convoluted if not also the more super-duper side of the world.