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Sanders statement June 4: "The election is not over on June 7th. No candidate can declare victory"

DNC Communications Director: Superdelegates "are likely to change their minds on who to vote for"

Luis Miranda also said CNN and other media should not include the super delegates in the vote totals before the convention because they have not voted and can change their minds before the convention.


http://www.democraticunderground.com/12512126797

Sanders statement June 4: "The election is not over on June 7th. No candidate can declare victory"


"The election is not all over on Tuesday night. At the end of the nominating process no candidate will have enough pledged delegates to call the campaign a victory. Super delegates make their final decision on who to support at the convention on July 25th. Super delegates can and have changed their candidate choice in the past. In other words the Democratic convention will be a contested convention."




DNC Communications Director: Superdelegates "are likely to change their minds on who to vote for"

Luis Miranda also said CNN and other media should not include the super delegates in the vote totals before the convention because they have not voted and can change their minds before the convention.




Luis Miranda, Communications Director, Democratic National Committee

Feeling the Bern: Grassroots Artists Capture Bernie Sanders

















Bernie Sanders Statement on Muhammad Ali



Press Release

Sanders Statement on Muhammad Ali
June 4, 2016


LOS ANGELES – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday issued the following statement after the passing of Muhammad Ali:

“Muhammad Ali was the greatest, not only an extraordinary athlete but a man of great courage and humanity.”

The Guardian: Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton by one point in new California poll!

The Guardian
Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton by one point in new California poll
Mona Chalabi, Guardian US data editor
June 3, 2016


A new poll from the Los Angeles Times/USC Dornsife suggests that the pivotal state of California might be a tighter contest between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders than previously thought. A survey of 1,500 registered voters found that 44% of Democrats said they would support Sanders and 43% said they would back Clinton in the state’s primary which will be held next Tuesday.

http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jun/03/bernie-sanders-hillary-clinton-california-primary-polls

FLORIDA POLL JUNE 3: Clinton Leads Trump By 3 Points Clinton 45% Trump 42% Johnson 6%



Friday, June 3

Florida: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson Mason-Dixon Clinton 45, Trump 42, Johnson 6 Clinton +3

NATIONAL POLL JUNE 3: Clinton Leads Trump By 1 Point Clinton 38% Trump 37% Johnson 8%



Friday, June 3

General Election: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson Rasmussen Reports Clinton 38, Trump 37, Johnson 8 Clinton +1

And Democratic Party officials oppose voter suppression .... except when they engage in it.

If this isn't massive voter suppression I'd like to know what is. It's so blatant! Eliminating more than two thirds of polling places and than requiring voters to visit two separate polling locations to cast ballots!

This sound like something the Republicans would pull. But no, it's Democratic Party officials who support Hillary Clinton!
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Politics
Puerto Rico Slashes Polling Places For The Democratic Primary, Laying The Groundwork For Chaos
by Alice Ollstein
June 3, 2016


In early May, Puerto Rico’s Democratic Party announced that more than 1,500 polling places would be available for the island’s June 5 Democratic primary. A few weeks later, they slashed that number to just over 430 — a reduction of more than two thirds.

In 2008, the island’s last competitive Democratic primary, there were more than 2,300 polling places.

Some are warning of long lines and voters left unable to access the ballot box, as an estimated 700,000 Puerto Ricans will vote this Sunday, and polling places will only be open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m..

Worse, many voters will have to visit two separate locations to cast ballots in the presidential primary and the local primaries held the same day
. Voter turnout and engagement has for years been much higher on the island than in the 50 U.S. states, but these changes may present too heavy a burden for low-income residents who lack transportation options or who need to work.

Hillary is in California for 5 days because she's secured the nomination! Believe me.

Everything is just peachy. Nothing to see here. Move along now. The election is in the bag!

See You In Philadelphia July 24-28! Huge Sanders Rallies for Democracy. When, where & how.

http://www.democraticunderground.com/12512117755
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