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About Democratic Convention Watch:
Democratic Convention Watch has been following convention news since November of 2005. From the first announcement from Howard Dean through the selection process to today DemConWatch has grown into the #1 source for news on the Democratic National Convention. DemConWatch has visitors from all over the world including a large number of government agencies on the local, state and federal levels. We are consistently in the Top 5 results in Google searches about the convention and elections. We are covering all aspects of the 2012 elections as well as the conventions. We started the first list of Democratic Superdelegates who have endorsed a candidate and a list of superdelegates who have not endorsed. In addition we track the number of delegates each candidate has and how our numbers compare to the major media's. DemConWatch has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Politico, Wired and CNN Radio.

Your site should be required reading for high school civic and government classes. Too many citizens are uninformed about the way we choose our president. As a former member of the Electoral College, I was amazed to see pundits in the media urging the dismissal of the College, while not saying anything about the Super Delegates, and really believing that caucuses and primaries were the final say on the outcome of the democratic presidential nomination. - Bayano

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