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Primary Popular Vote Tally?

Is there such a thing?

I was trying to find the total turnout for WA, and so far could only find estimates of 250K. Is there real data out there?

How is it that TX is almost as important as NY anyway?

222 delegates vs 247.

A little late in asking, but just how is the count for each state determined?

States like TX are really killing us. HRH gained in TX alone about the same or more as Bernie did yesterday from his bigger wins in AK + WA + HI. And which states are more important to Dems in the general?

Why the WA under-reporting?

We should be getting close to 80 delegates from WA. Why have only 20-something been assigned?

People are looking at the math, but the numbers are skewed by a significant amount.

WA voters: write your Supers today!

Remind them what they need to do, if they plan to keep their jobs.

My Pct (SW WA): 7-2 Delegates for Big B.

Great turnout. Enough that they didn't know how to handle. (It's the Dem party so no surprise there.)

Looking fwd to being one of the seven on May 1!

Finally did the car

I'm choosing the lesser of two evils.

I choose DEMOCRACY (which means sometimes the other side will win), over preordained candidates selected by the OLIGARCHY.

Well played, DWS, well played.

As much as I can't stand her, I think she does deserve credit for something.

I completely hadn't considered it, until it was pointed out earlier today (by AtomicKitten). And that is...

The state primary schedule.

DWS did a fantastic job of determining what states to put up early. To trip Bernie up, take the wind out of our sails, and cool our momentum.

A quick look at the 2008 schedule would show a very different race right now:

So, DWS, touche.

You've put up a great first half. However, it is only halftime. And the second half WILL BE OURS.

Hey, where's Jeff?

Not to have received any emails from the campaign in the last 20 hours seems a little disappointing.

They should have some idea what their message should be at this point. Not to communicate anything seems to suggest they're not sure what their direction should be. And clearly this is the time to do it.

After a tough loss, the coach doesn't just let the team go home without saying something constructive.

Hillary 3.0?

So I guess they've decided to go ahead and start releasing the General Election Edition now?
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