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DNC chair just announced a Debate Lottery for 2020 candidates - and it's sure to be a confusing mess

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DNC: Tom Perez on superdelegate fight Note: This video was originally published on August 24, 2018 Video by Colin Boyle | Lynn Sweet interviews Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez at ...
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DNC's has 23 declared candidates and struggles to run a thoughtful, fair, and transparent process giving each contender the consideration they deserve. Perez announced a decision that is guaranteed to rankle some candidates already likely to be a confusing mess. He will determine randomly which will appear 1st and 2nd. DNC faced extensive accusations of bias during the 2016 primary. Perez elaborated on his concerns; the plan became less clear. “We wanted to make sure we didn’t have our thumb on the scale. I don’t want people thinking that night one is the varsity event and night two is the JV. We’re going to make sure that we mix it up.”

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