Politics & Government

March 6, 2008 7:10 PM

Texas legislator: Scrap system likely to give Obama edge

With it likely that Barack Obama will walk away from Texas with more delegates than Hillary Clinton, in spite of losing the popular vote, a prominent Clinton supporters has suggested Texas scrap the 25-year-old primary/caucus system.

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