Democrats follow a complicated process for selecting their 113 delegates and eight alternates to the national convention, this July in Philadelphia. “If you look at the infrastructure of the party, it is going to say that not just anybody is going to get to be a delegate,” said Kendra Cotton, political director of the Democratic Party of Georgia.  “If you want to be a delegate … you don’t just get to pop up and get to be a delegate.” 

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