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Clinton has Enough Delegates to Win Without Superdelegates

Fox News is projecting that Hillary Clinton, after tonight’s primaries in California, New Jersey, and other states, has enough directly elected delegates to claim the nomination. This means that Bernie Sanders’ final claim that he could win by flipping “superdelegates” who choose the nominee on their own is no longer valid, and he has no path to victory.

That is, Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee.

2 thoughts on “Clinton has Enough Delegates to Win Without Superdelegates”

  1. I don’t think that Bernie is through fighting yet.
    Still waiting on the FBI to speak up on Hillary.
    As an active senator, he may know more than we do about the ongoing investigations.

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