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Thursday, February 21st, 2008

WASHINGTON, D.C. — We’re sponsoring the Huffington Post’s investigation of who superdelegates are, and what they’re all about. To help launch their project we headed here to talk with the man who had a hand in creating the system, political consultant Tad Devine.

Even Devine thinks now is the time to “take a step back and take another hard look at our nominating process.”

If you’re interested in conducting an interview with a superdelegate, send an email to campaigntrail@huffingtonpost.com with your name, location (state), and phone number, and they’ll get you started.

For the complete Tad Devine interview, click here.

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