Delegate Math Predicts an Uncertain Summer for Democrats
Colorado Confidential guest columnist Dana Houle pens a fascinating analysis on the potential of a brokered convention.
It is almost certain that neither Hillary Clinton nor Barack Obama will secure the Democratic presidential nomination prior to the Democratic convention this August in Denver. That could lead to a few more months of exciting primaries and caucuses and continued record Democratic turnout. But it could also leave Democrats without a presumptive nominee during the crucial early stages of the general election campaign.