Professor Bill Schneider (REUTERS) Commentary: 1,237 or no 1,237, there will be no ‘brokered’ convention

Are the Democratic and Republican nominations finally settled? Not if you listen to all the talk about “open conventions” and “brokered conventions.” The idea is that delegates selected through state primaries and caucuses then choose any nominee they want at the national convocation. A brokered convention? That would require power brokers. The problem is that power brokers no longer have any power to broker.Click here to read the full article.