Bernie could still win the Democratic nomination for president is if most superdelegates vote for him.
Superdelegates are unpledged Democratic party leaders who are free to support any candidate. The majority of the 714 superdelegates have declared support for Mrs. Clinton, but they are allowed to change their vote at the convention in July. This is how Obama received the nomination 8 years ago; many superdelegates changed their plan and voted for him.
Here's the math as of June 19th, 2016
Delegates to Democratic Convention July 25th- 28th
2,383 needed to win nomination
Declared Superdelegates- 587
Bernie SandersEarned by votes 1,832 (honestly)
Declared Superdelegates 48
Hillary needs 164 superdelegates, over and above delegates earned by votes, to clinch the nomination. Bernie needs 551.
superdelegates from your state will listen to you. With the link above, one email will reach
every Clinton superdelegate from your state. There is a space to put a message
of your choice. Here is a good message:
Do you really want to put someone in the White House who wins elections by fraud?
I urge you to reconsider your pledge to Hillary Clinton and put Bernie Sanders, the honest candidate, in the White House.
Multiple studies have shown that machine flipping toward Clinton has been widespread.
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