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Interesting fact about the previous debates.

Monday, January 25, 2016
CNN Iowa Democratic Town Hall

Clinton Wins Iowa.

Thursday, February 4, 2016
MSNBC Democratic Debate

Bernie wins New Hampshire.

Thursday, February 11, 2016
PBS Democratic Primary Debate

Clinton wins Nevada.

Sunday, March 6, 2016
CNN Democratic Debate

Clinton wins Mississippi, Bernie wins Michigan.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Univision Democratic Primary Debate

Clinton blows out Bernie in Northern Mariana Islands, Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, and Ohio.

Thursday, April 14, 2016
CNN Democratic Debate

Clinton owns Bernie in New York.

That's 10 wins to 2. Maybe Hillary should just debate Bernie. Clearly Bernie doesn't do so well in debates. She's won the contests following debates by a 5/1 ratio. Something to think about when it comes to a Trump debate. If Trump were to score on Sanders he'd never live it down. On the up side it would be great if Bernie could take Trump down a peg or two. Plus, at the very least it gives Team Clinton a chance to study Trump in a 1-on-1 debate setting....assuming Bernie can keep Trump on topic policy wise which I don't know is actually possible.
Posted by Happenstance24 | Fri May 27, 2016, 02:29 PM (0 replies)

Bernie outspending Hillary 6 to 1 in WI...

per Chucky Toad. I guess he got over that money in politics thing real fast.
Posted by Happenstance24 | Wed Mar 30, 2016, 11:28 PM (82 replies)

Clinton takes lead in MO -nt

Posted by Happenstance24 | Wed Mar 16, 2016, 12:41 AM (4 replies)

Superdelegate Question

Apologies if this comes off confusing as I'm running on little sleep currently but:

I keep hearing from Bernie supporters that the supers can change their votes come convention time if Bernie wins, which will probably be nigh impossible after super Tuesday, but for arguments sake lets say he pulls out a miracle and goes into the convention with a slight lead in pledged delegates (as no one will clench on pledged delegates alone if events unfold that way). Super D's aren't a single voting block that will switch at whim, right? What I mean is, the bigger the state the more super d's, right? So if Hillary keeps winning big delegate rich states like SC (100 plus super d's) and Texas then even if Bernie gets a slight victory, the super d's in the big states Hillary will have won will not flip to his side and disavow the will of the people of their states. Even if Bernie is able to get 200 of Clinton's current 450 plus super d's to flip, would it be enough to win the nomination? I'm thinking no but I'd love to hear different opinions on this.
Posted by Happenstance24 | Thu Feb 25, 2016, 05:07 AM (5 replies)
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