NPR Interviews Pacelle about the Role of Delegates in Presidential Nominations

nprNational Public Radio interviewed Richard Pacelle, head of the Department of Political Science, about the role of delegates in presidential nominations. This comes as the Republican nominating contest turns into a race for delegates, and not just votes. Pacelle spoke with Robin Young of Here and Now about what a delegate is and the purpose he or she serves. Listen to the story online.

Other NPR affiliates featured Pacelle’s interview, including Lakeshore Public Media (Indiana) and New Hampshire Public Radio.