The stark fact of the delegate math means that there is no easy way around this problem for the party faithful.
Pay attention to the delegate math more than simple percentage of the popular-vote wins.
This practice was encouraged by the Ron Paul campaign which has made it clear that they are running a delegate strategy.
Ben Jacobs on the delegate failures that made the campaign look like Keystone Kops.
In a tight 2012 election, one delegate—and a strong Democrat running for Senate boosting turnout—could make all the difference.
He was chosen a delegate to Congress from Maryland, and joined that body on the 19th of November, 1778.
"Allow no one to leave the building," said the delegate to the other policeman.
Mr. Blaine's name was placed in nomination by a delegate from Michigan by the name of Joy.
And the cap'n was made a delegate to come and see me about it.
But ever since I heard the delegate speak, something's been nagging me.
1520s (early 15c. as a past participle adjective), from delegate (n.). Related: Delegated; delegating.