How Sanders wants to change the role superdelegates

Bernie Sanders may have conceded the Democratic nomination and endorsed Hillary Clinton on Tuesday, but he is still fighting on at least one front: Superdelegates.

In the last few months since it became evident that Sen. Sanders did not have enough support, in either delegates or direct votes, to win the Democratic nomination, he has been using his party influence to push Mrs. Clinton’s platform left, securing her support on a $15 national minimum wage, tougher regulations on fracking, and a public option in Obamacare. The Vermont senator plans to continue to push his platform at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia later this month in an attempt to amend the system of superdelegates.

“We have some serious concerns, and I expect some of those concerns may wind up on the floor of the convention,” Sanders told the Washington Post. READ MORE.