Secretary Clinton Delivers Remarks at the Human Rights Day Town Hall Meeting
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A Sanders win in California would turbocharge the mounting Democratic unease about her viability. 'There is now more than a theoretical chance that Hillary Clinton may not be the Democratic nominee for president. How could that happen? Consider the possibilities: The inevitability behind Mrs. Clinton’s nomination will be in large measure eviscerated if she loses the June 7 Cal her with a 2% lead over Mr. Sanders, and a Fox News survey found the same result. Even a narrow win would give him 250 pledged delegates or more—a significant boost. California is clearly trending to Mr. Sanders, and the experience in recent open primaries has been that the Vermont senator tends to underperform in pre-election surveys and over-perform on primary and caucus days, thanks to the participation of new registrants and young voters.'