Randy Kelley

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RandyKelley is a superdelegate in the 2008 Democratic nomination.

Randy Kelley is a superdelegate in the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination.

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Bio

Randy Kelley is a reverend living in Gadsden, Alabama (35903).[1]

2008 superdelegate

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This information was gathered by volunteer researchers as part of the Superdelegate Transparency Project on the superdelegates for the 2008 Democratic presidential primary. For more info see the Alabama superdelegate tracker or visit the STP homepage.

Before Hillary Clinton conceded the race, Randy Kelley, as a superdelegate, had endorsed her for President.


Money in politics

Committees and affiliations

Affiliations

Endorsements

Articles and resources

See also

References

    External resources

    • DemConWatch - A very comprehensive list of superdelegates and known commitments. Please use this as a starting point and double check by doing a news search to make sure the data is accurate. If you have a tip, let them know.
    • WashingtonPost.com - Web site with full listing of superdelegates broken out by state and then type.


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