[ExI] Is the USA doing too much to prevent COVID-19?

Dan TheBookMan danust2012 at gmail.com
Mon May 4 07:55:24 UTC 2020

Yes, though those delegates are mostly chosen by voting in primaries, no? And I believe the nominating conventions don’t typically go against the primary results, though I haven’t checked into this in any detail. I don’t believe 2016 was a counterexample, at least for the GOP. (The superdelegate thing with the Democratic Party, too, might have diluted some effect of primary voters, but I believe Clinton got the most of regular delegates meaning she won more of them than Sanders. Have to revisit that too.)


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> On May 3, 2020, at 10:13 PM, SR Ballard via extropy-chat <extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
> In the US, the party conventions actually choose the nominee, per my understanding.
> https://www.usa.gov/election#item-212585
> SR Ballard
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