Democrats might scale back superdelegates in 2020
Hillary Clinton speaks in Little Rock, Arkansas. Photo: Kelly P. Kissel / AP.
Democrats might reduce the influence of so-called superdelegates in the next presidential election, the AP reports, citing a draft proposal. Superdelegates are party leaders who get a say in picking the presidential nominee separate from primary and caucus results.
Why it matters: Bernie Sanders supporters criticized the superdelegate process in 2016 for unfairly aiding Hillary Clinton, though the proposed changes wouldn't have made a difference in that election.