Sanders blames primary losses on poor people not voting


While Trump continues to win big in major primary states like NY, the Cruz campaign has outmaneuvered Trump supporters during delegate selection processes at Republican conventions in states like ME and Colorado.

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, whose underdog campaign has been propelled by young voters, will campaign at Millersville University on Friday.

“We call her “Crooked Hillary” because she’s a crooked person”.

But the money didn’t carry the Vermont senator to victory: He garnered 42 percent of the vote compared to 58 percent for Hillary Clinton, who spent almost $3.8 million.

The two poll results also reveal that Clinton is preferred by voters aged 45 and over, most of whom are women.

Without the super delegates, Clinton’s lead is 1,428 – 1,151. “I win in the fall every time, even in that electoral deal, and Trump gets slaughtered”.

Democrats have a strong case to make to America.

“I think I’m a good cross section to represent Maine”, said one attendee. But with each passing primary, the importance of California becomes more and more clear in the race for each party’s nomination. Hillary Clinton is going to be the nominee.

Conducted over a similar time period, the first statewide poll conducted by WTHR/Howey Politics also has Clinton ahead of Sanders by only three percentage points – 48 to 45. The Trump campaign has said publicly they are “of course” thinking about challenging the seating of the Colorado delegation at the RNC convention. To do so, Sanders would need to win 59 percent of those remaining.

The Delaware primary, scheduled for Tuesday, is a closed primary.

However, Sanders defeats Clinton when it comes to favorability ratings.

Clinton, the former secretary of state and Chappaqua, Westchester County, resident, picked up 139 of state’s 247 Democratic delegates.

“So are you or your sister, Ivanka, or, Eric, or any other member of your family, are you planning to help your dad woo delegates one by one on behalf of your father”, Tapper asked.

Fifty-four delegates elected next week will go to Cleveland in July unbound to any candidate on the first ballot. More likely, however, he will arrive with more delegates and states than his rivals – but just short of a majority.


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