A senior RNC member showed exactly why there’s a voter revolt against the Republican National Committee when he said, during a Wednesday interview on CNBC, that the party chooses the nominee and not the voters.
You probably don’t know the name Curly Haugland, but you’re going to loathe it before this article is over. Haugland is an unbound delegate from North Dakota, one of 112 delegates who will arrive at the Republican National Convention not pledged to a candidate on the first ballot because their states don’t hold primaries or caucuses.
Haugland is also a member of the RNC’s Rules Committee, something that could be very important if Donald Trump doesn’t have the 1,237 delegates necessary to win on the first ballot.
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