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GOP's Delegate Race A Game Of 'Political Moneyball'

In 2008, Barack Obama's secret weapon during the presidential primary was a master strategy from his head delegate coordinator. They used math — not conventional wisdom — to win enough delegates to clinch the nomination. Now, the GOP is playing the same game to serve one candidate the 1,144 delegates needed to become the presidential nominee.

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