Former VP Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are the last two viable nominees for 2020 Democratic candidate for President, but what happens to the pledged delegates won by now previous candidates such as Sen. Elizabeth Warren and former Mayor Pete Buttigieg? Chris Cillizza explains the different ways in which pledged delegates can be reallocated to remaining candidates.
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