Tuesday, 7 June 2016


 Yes! Hillary Clinton, a former secretary of state, reached the 2,383 delegates needed to become the presumptive Democratic nominee with a decisive victory in Puerto Rico and a burst of last minute support from super delegates, the AP reported.  

Without the fanfare of an election night victory Hillary Clinton was declared the winner of the Democratic nomination this on Monday as she campaigned in Los Angeles.
The Associated Press, which runs the premiere delegate-tracking service, first made the call and was quickly followed by NBC News, CNN and CBS.
Almost eight years from the day that she bowed out of a tight race against Barack Obama, Clinton made history with the announcements, becoming the first woman to top a major political party's ticket in the United States.
AP determined tonight that Clinton had enough super delegates in her corner to win the nomination at this summer's convention without the votes that will be cast in Tuesday's elections in six states and one final contest next week in the District of Columbia.
'According to the news we are on the brink of a historic, historic, unprecedented moment,' Clinton said at a rally in Long Beach, California.  
An hour later a defiant Bernie Sanders took the stage in San Francisco and swatted down the projections, telling supporters that if he wins in California, 'we're going to go into that convention with enormous momentum.'

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