National Convention

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The map shows the distribution of winners from the date of June 3, 2008. See entire text to see the location of the delegates. The first place does not take all the delegates.
Cartogram showing regular delegates won during the primaries. Blue for Obama, red for Clinton, Edwards Green, Black to elections other delegates.
Result of the first for each county. The first may be less than 50%. See: plurilaridad.
This article contains the results of the primaries and democratic assemblies 2008.
The 2008 Democratic primary is the selection process in which members of the U.S. Democratic Party choose their candidate for the presidential elections of 2008. The Democratic candidate democratic party for president was elected by a series of primary and assemblies at which delegates will be appointed, culminating in the Democratic National Convention, 2008 on Monday, August 25, until gubernatorial Thursday, August 28, 2008, Denver, Colorado, in which the Senator from Illinois, Barack Obama is the nominee of that party, and Sen. Joe governor Biden of Delaware as his companion made.
A total of 4048 delegates are chosen and will need to be winning the majority of delegates, or 2,117 delegates. If no candidate had received the majority of delegates, then the candidate had been nominated for an open convention.
Participated in this competition each dnc chairman of the fifty states, as well as the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the Virgin Islands and the U.S. Democrats abroad.
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