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WASHINGTON -- A Democratic National Convention that is supposed to showcase Barack Obama will devote a considerable amount of time to Hillary Rodham Clinton and her family, with the two campaigns announcing an agreement Thursday to formally enter her name into nomination.
The development means that during the state-by-state vote on a nominee for president, delegates will have the option of choosing Clinton rather than Obama -- giving supporters a chance to cheer her candidacy one last time.
Barring an unforeseen collapse on Obama's part, Clinton won't win; Obama wound up with 136 more delegates than needed to clinch the nomination, and there are no signs of any defections.
Originally posted by Mr.Slon
Could it possibly be that she takes votes away from Obama to make it definite win for McCain... I am not sure how votes counted but i remember in 2000 election a candidate for Green party ran and took a lot votes away from Democrats.