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Why would they change? Sure they can change but can you give a valid reason why they would since she's three million votes ahead of Sanders?
Hillary Is Not Ahead By 3 Million Votes And That’s Just Math
primary races don’t just include voters going out and casting a ballot. Instead, many states hold caucuses in which a group of representatives vouch for their candidate. The candidate with the most representatives in the room wins in that district, and the candidate who wins the most districts is the winner of the state.
What happens in these cases is that individual votes are not gathered, therefore no votes go to the winning candidate.
Bernie Sanders has tended to win most caucusing states. Though Sanders may take more than 70 percent of the caucus vote, these numbers don’t translate to individual votes — they add nothing to the overall count. So, states with millions of Sanders supporters are not counted among the millions in competition with Clinton’s big numbers as a result of this system.
originally posted by: abe froman
a reply to: MystikMushroom
Bernie is hoping to crush Hillary in California and get some of these super delegates to wise up and support him.
Hillary vs. Trump is a 50/50 shot.
Bernie vs. Trump is a win.
Hillary only does well against Sanders in states that have failed hacking inspections on their voting machines, coincidence? I think not.
Hillary is going to find it a lot harder to rig the national election than the primaries.