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Clinton wins precinct with lucky ace

Post by Lobo on Sat 20 Feb 2016, 4:44 pm

February 20, 2016, 04:49 pm
Clinton wins precinct with lucky ace
By Ben Kamisar

As Hillary Clinton battles Bernie Sanders in Saturday's Nevada Democratic caucuses, she got help from an unlikely source: a lucky ace.
In Las Vegas fashion, ties among caucusgoers are settled by pulling from a deck of cards. The higher number wins, and card ties are broken by suit.
In Precinct 10, Clinton drew an ace while Sanders drew a six, according to a tweet from a Wall Street Journal reporter. That, the paper reported, gave Clinton three delegates to Sanders's two from that precinct. 
The tie-breaking procedure was used at least twice in 2008, the first year the state Democratic Party switched to the caucus process. 
The rules are similar to the controversial coin flips that decided several precincts in Iowa.

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