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  • 7 times, the delegate leader wasn’t the one who got GOP nomination for president, John Kasich says

    PolitiFact - 04/15/2016

    Some experts say the count could be six of nine times in which a contested GOP convention resulted in the nomination of a candidate who wasn’t the delegate leader. But Northeastern University political science professor Willam Mayer, who has written books on presidential nominations, told us that Kasich’s definition of a contested convention is defensible.

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