Clinton versus Sanders: Primary and Caucus Victories

 

 

 

HIlary-vs-Bernie

http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/pop-shop/6706844/hillary-clinton-bernie-sanders-musician-supporters


 

“I think there is a dichotomy that somehow some of us who are older, we haven’t conveyed what went before adequately,” said Connie Barrington, a 68-year old retired librarian who showed up at a Clinton rally in California. “It has taken a million years. It is time for a woman.”

Indeed, it is!

If not us, then whom; if not now, then when!


 

Despite Bernie Sanders less than gracious speech last evening in California, Hillary has won significantly more victories throughout the nominating process. With only one remaining primary, Bernie lost badly in Victories: 30 to 22 = Clinton +8; Votes: Clinton 15, 565,922 Sanders 11,883,209 = Clinton + 3,682,713,  and Delegates:  Clinton 2,184 Sanders 1804 = Clinton +380 Superdelegates Clinton 571, Sanders 48 = Clinton +523

With only one remaining primary, Bernie lost badly in Victories: 30 to 22 = Clinton +8; Votes: Clinton 15, 565,922 Sanders 11,883,209 = Clinton + 3,682,713,  and Delegates:  Clinton 2,184 Sanders 1804 = Clinton +380 Superdelegates Clinton 571, Sanders 48 = Clinton +523.

Hillary is 4 and O while Bernie is 0 for 4.

 

The table below makes this clear in regard to the Democratic primary and caucus victories.

Sequence Clinton Sanders
1. MA ME
2. CT NH
3. NJ VT
4. DE RI
5. MD WV
6. NY IN
7. PA MI
8. VA WI
9. NC MN
10. SC ND
11. GA OK
12. FL KS
13. AL NE
14. MS CO
15. TN UT
16. KY WY
17. OH ID
18. LA MT
19. AR WA
20. MO OR
21. IL AK
22. IA HI
23. TX
24. SD
25. NM
26. AZ
27. NV
28. CA
29. PR
30. VI
TOTAL 30* 22

*Hillary Clinton will almost certainly win the DC primary on 14 June 2016

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/2016_democratic_nomination_map.html

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