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With 72% of the expected vote in, Clinton was ahead of Sanders 52.2% to 47.7%.
The win provides a jolt of momentum to the former secretary of state as she heads into the February 27 South Carolina Democratic primary and Super Tuesday on March 1.
The Democrats are allowing for on-site registration at its caucuses Saturday, a policy that can bulk up its voter numbers. This means anyone can look up their neighborhood's designated caucus site and on the same day, change their party affiliation and have a say between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
Leave it to the DNC party heads to hedge their bets against Sanders.
originally posted by: links234
a reply to: butcherguy
Genuinely disappointed. Hillary's not getting a vote from me if she's the nominee. I'll just go green party.
Off-topic: What is up with your excerpt/quote??
originally posted by: IAMTAT
I thought Bernie was supposed to skunk her.
Hillary Clinton will be all puffed up now.
originally posted by: butcherguy
originally posted by: EternalSolace
Ugh... why can't the FBI just arrest Hillary "the felon" Clinton already?
There's no doubt she broke the law. Come on FBI! I have faith... maybe.
If Hillary gets the nomination over Sanders, people had better recognize that votes don't mean anything anymore.