The Democratic National Committee voted to strip so-called "superdelegates" of their outsized influence in nominating party candidates. Superdelegates became a heated issue during the 2016 election when supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders thought, erroneously, that superdelegates had thrown the nomination in Hillary Clinton's favor. Supporters of the superdelegate system say they help highlight minority voices within the party. Opponents feel they give party insiders too much power. What do you think?
Should the DNC have gotten rid of super delegates?
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