With 800+ delegates on the line, we’ve got to do everything we can to get Hillary supporters out there to make their voices heard. Even in a digital world, the most effective way to make sure our supporters turn out (besides knocking on their doors) is by calling them on the phone old-school style. Owl That’s what I do I read books poster. Can you make a few calls for Hillary today? We’ll be calling into 11 of the states holding contestsAl abama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, and Virginia. You don’t even need a phone you just need to click here. And don’t worry if you’ve never done this before we’ll walk you through everything you need. Democrats are voting or caucusing today in 12 contests 11 states, plus the territory of American Samoa. Across these contests, there are more than 800 delegates up for grabs more than on any other day single day in the presidential primary.
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For comparison’s sake, there were 156 delegates at stake in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina combined. Democratic delegates will represent the party at its national convention this summer. Owl That’s what I do I read books poster. When primary voters and caucus-goers go to the polls, they’re actually choosing which candidate to pledge delegates toan d the candidate with the majority of delegates at the convention will become the Democratic presidential nominee. There are 4,051 pledged delegates up for grabs in this year’s Democratic primary with a specific number awarded in every caucus and primary. Delegates in Democratic caucuses and primaries are awarded based on how much support each candidate receives.