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The Democrats, responding to the chaos and failings of the Chicago convention, had instituted new rules on how delegates were chosen, which they hoped would broaden participation and the appeal of the party. Nixon proved unbeatable, however. Even evidence that his administration had broken the law failed to keep him from winning the White House. Following the nominating convention in Chicago, the process of selecting delegates for the Democratic National Convention was redesigned. This system gave a greater voice to people who voted in the primaries and reduced the influence of party leaders and power brokers. It also led to a more inclusive political environment in which Shirley Chisholm received votes for the Democratic nomination on the first ballot Figure
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