Biden faces small but growing group of uncommitted delegates at DNC convention

Although President Joe Biden has long clinched enough delegates for the Democratic presidential nomination, there remains a persistent thorn plaguing his campaign.

At the August Democratic National Convention, there will be a small contingent of uncommitted delegates, serving as a reminder that the Democratic Party remains split over the IsraelHamas war.


So far during the noncompetitive Democratic primary season, more than 682,000 people have cast an “uncommitted” vote or opted to write in a candidate.

It’s a notable showing given that the national uncommitted movement was mostly based in a handful of states, including Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Wisconsin, and Washington.

Other states created “Abandon Biden” or “Leave it Blank” movements with the similar goal of protest voting against Biden due to the
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