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Democratic primary turns superdelegates into followers

Some pursue districts' wishes more than own

By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / April 18, 2008

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PHILADELPHIA - As chairman of the Philadelphia Democratic City Committee, one of the country's last old-school political machines, Representative Robert Brady has for two decades picked winners by offering them a place on the official slate of candidates endorsed by the party and handed to voters as they enter polling places. But on the eve of Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary, it ... (Full article: 1015 words)

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