This year’s Republican and Democratic national conventions won’t be business as usual, and could even be throwbacks to the times when such gatherings were full of intrigue and the nominee was unknown until delegates actually settled the matter after a good amount of infighting.
This year’s Republican and Democratic national conventions won’t be business as usual, and could even be throwbacks to the times when such gatherings were full of intrigue and the nominee was unknown until delegates actually settled the matter after a good amount of infighting. Rick Nease Detroit Free Press file illustration
This year’s Republican and Democratic national conventions won’t be business as usual, and could even be throwbacks to the times when such gatherings were full of intrigue and the nominee was unknown until delegates actually settled the matter after a good amount of infighting. Rick Nease Detroit Free Press file illustration

Valley presidential delegates ready for rumbles at conventions

June 25, 2016 03:00 PM

UPDATED June 27, 2016 01:06 PM

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