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Comment: Your last sentence. I can't go with that.

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Your last sentence. I can't go with that.

I would then have to assume.

That for the campaign to choose delegates, they must be contacting someone or a few people in the state. These folks must be recommending people. That is a lot of power to be in the hands of people who possibly can also choose according to gossip, grudges, or favoritism.

If not accepting means that there is a loss in one of the battle, then it is for the general in charge to learn from the mistake so they don't do it again.

Things worked out for you and that is great. Obviously, Oklahoma had questions, and that is good too.