David Schenck

Alternate GOP Delegate, Texas

Guest

Attorney, alternate delegate from Dallas, Texas to the 2008 Republican National Convention

 

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Since the late 1960's, party conventions only go through the formalities of nominating candidates, ratifying the results of primaries and caucuses. So what do delegates actually do?

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Since the late 1960's, party conventions only go through the formalities of nominating candidates, ratifying the results of primaries and caucuses. So what do delegates actually do?

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