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With 94.4% of precincts reporting, Clinton won 1,841,285 votes in California on Tuesday, compared to Bernie Sanders’s 1,416,742, Politico reports. That’s nearly a 30% drop in total support from 2008, when she received 2,608,184 votes, or 51.47%. (Barack Obama got 2,186,662 votes or 43.16%.)
The results weren’t much better in New Jersey. While Clinton won the state — as she did in 2008 — she saw a decline in support there, too. On Tuesday, Clinton received 542,656 votes, or 63.35% of the ballots cast compared to Sanders’s 315,194 votes, according to the Politico totals. That’s a 13% decline in support from her 2008 turnout, when she received 613,500 votes — or 53.76% of the total votes, compared to 501,374 ballots cast for Obama.
Bernie sanders knows this. That is why he is continuing to fight until the last ballot is cast. He will not give up.
So, how is she going to recapture what she has lost?
This is not an easy battle for her and one has to wonder just how she is going to pull in the Sanders supporters that she will need to build the base back to what she had 8 years ago.
Yeah, I guess I knew the answer there but, why would they not have rigged the primaries?
1. Let illegals vote.
2. Make dead people vote.
3. Let Felons vote.
4. Rig the voting machines
originally posted by: GiulXainx
She does not have my vote. On Tuesday November 8th I am still voting for Bernie Sanders.
No matter what anyone says. I am still voting for Bernie Sanders. Even if I have to write in his name. It will be Bernie Sanders on my ballot. I already know millions of others who are going to do the same.