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Willie Brown - Who are the Democratic "Superdelegates?"

Complete video at: Former San Francisco Mayor and influential Democrat Willie Brown explains the Democratic Party's use of "superdelegates" to help choose their Presidential candidate. ----- Two-term San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown lays down some candid rules about surviving and manipulating big money and big media in today's politics, including the secret weapon that can win the presidency for the Democratic Party in 2008 - Grace Cathedral Willie Lewis Brown, Jr. was the 41st mayor of San Francisco, serving from 1996 to 2004. Brown is an American political figure who served over 30 years in the California State Assembly. He was the 58th Speaker of the California State Assembly serving from 1980 to 1995. Brown is a member of the Democratic Party. Alan Jones, Ph.D., has been Dean of Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, California, since 1985. He was formerly the Director of the Center for Christian Spirituality and Stephen F. Bayne Professor of Ascetical Theology at General Theological Seminary in New York City. Born and educated in England, Jones was also on the staff of Trinity Institute of Wall Street's Trinity Church. He became a citizen of the United States in 1975.
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