The GOP’s Shadow Delegate Campaign

The GOP presidential contenders are waging a shadow campaign for delegates ahead of their party’s nominating convention this summer. 

Political strategist Ford O'Connell said the campaigns "have separate operations that no one actually hears about" focused on picking off delegates in case no candidate reaches the 1,237 needed to clinch the nomination.

John Feehery, a contributor to The Hill, and O'Connell explain the dynamics in an interview with the Hill's Molly K. Hooper.

Watch the video and read more at The Hill

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