Jon Summers on Plan to Stop Bernie at the Convention: ‘Democrats Will Support Whoever the Nominee Is’

‘Frankly, I think it’s a little early to worry about one over the other’

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SUMMERS: "I think she’s right, I think Democrats will be united behind him. But I also believe, as Harry Reid said last week, that in order for someone to win the nomination, I do believe they need to have at least 50 percent of the vote. And I think the easiest way to get there in the future is to move to a primary system in every state across the country that uses ranked choice voting that allows people to express their presidential preferences in order on a ballot and also enables the candidate who's able to build the broadest coalition to win. But at the end of the day I do believe that Democrats will support whoever the nominee happens to be. Frankly, I think it’s a little early to worry about one over the other. We’ve only got half a percent of the delegates allotted at this point."

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