Often, the collective preferences of party insiders prove pivotal in deciding on a nominee. In 2016, 'the party decides' model is turned on its head as GOP elites have refused to rally around one candidate.
Held by college sumo wrestlers, two babies cry during a Naki Sumo, or crying baby contest, at Sensoji Buddhist temple in Tokyo on Friday. The annual traditional ritual is performed as a prayer for the childrens' healthy growth.
How does the Republican Party decide how many delegates each state will a have in the presidential nomination process? There's a method. But it doesn't give all primary voters an equal say – a fact that's drawing scrutiny in the wild 2016 race.