The venerable one-day delegate jackpot has been a mainstay of presidential primaries, but all that will change in 2012.
Pay attention to the delegate math more than simple percentage of the popular-vote wins.
It would be no surprise if Republicans felt that this unique criticism of their delegate mix was one sided.
In a tight 2012 election, one delegate—and a strong Democrat running for Senate boosting turnout—could make all the difference.
And now you are in a delegate battle, which you are likely to win.
He was chosen a delegate to Congress from Maryland, and joined that body on the 19th of November, 1778.
When the thirty minute recess ended, the Israeli delegate arose.
Mr. Blaine's name was placed in nomination by a delegate from Michigan by the name of Joy.
He is a delegate, and rides to Philadelphia with Henry and Pendleton.
But ever since I heard the delegate speak, something's been nagging me.
1520s (early 15c. as a past participle adjective), from delegate (n.). Related: Delegated; delegating.