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Mrs. Clinton has 502 delegates to Mr. Sanders’s 70; 2,383 are needed to win the nomination. These numbers include delegates won in state contests and superdelegates, who can support any candidate. She is likely to win a delegate jackpot from the overwhelmingly black and Hispanic areas in the Southern-dominated Super Tuesday primaries on March 1, when 11 states will vote and about 880 delegates will be awarded.
“She could effectively end the race in less than two weeks’ time on Super Tuesday,” said David Wasserman, a top analyst for The Cook Political Report, who has been closely tracking the delegate race.
A big win in NH, a within margin of error loss in Nevada and a coin flip in Iowa.
originally posted by: jjkenobi
Oh my God. At least the Republicans got their # together and didn't give Bush a chance. Too bad the Democrat voters are loonballs and Hillary still has a shot.
It also looks like the RNC is less corrupt than the DNC.
For all the meme posts on my Facebook wall constantly reminding me to "Feel the Bern" and "Are you feeling the Bern yet?" you would think the guy is already president.