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Okla. Superdelegate Wants to Be Left Alone

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Okla. Superdelegate Wants to Be Left Alone

Okla. Superdelegate Wants to Be Left Alone

Okla. Superdelegate Wants to Be Left Alone

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Listen to superdelegates across the country describe which candidate they are supporting — or why they are uncommitted. hide caption

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Oklahoma Democratic Party Chairman Ivan Holmes has a reputation for letting you know what's on his mind. But one thing he won't share is his choice for president, and because he's a superdelegate to the Democratic convention, people keep asking.

Scott Gurian reports from member station KGOU in Norman, Okla.

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