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- super delegates aren't pledged until the end of the election. …
Shit Matters Yo
Are you sure about that? Because they didn't do that in 2008, 2004, or even in 2000. The superdelegates largely stuck with their initial bets in those three primaries. Why on Earth would they switch it up now when that would cause Clinton to lose? The woman that most of these superdelegates
are paying to run for President
They did that exact thing in 2008 when they switched from hillary to obama. Im not sure if that happened in 2004 and 2000 I was too young to track it then but I'm sure if you look it up its happened
They didn't switch from Hillary to Obama like you're thinking they did, Hillary dropped out of her own volition. They had a relatively similar amount of superdelegates and when Obama won a few states over Hillary she dropped out. By default they all switched to him because at that point he was the only candidate left.
Huh I did more research and you're right. But then I'd assume that if Bernie had more of the popular vote they would switch to him when Hillary dropped out
If she dropped out. As it stands she has no reason to. It was a much closer contention in 2008 when the superdelegates were split fairly evenly between her and Obama. Because of the huge difference this time she can afford to lose a lot of states. The only way Sanders could take it from her is by winning most the delegates from here on out,
California's votes. Considering how terrible Hillary is I honestly don't know how he doesn't already have the lead in popular votes but if he wants to win he's going to need to get a big lead soon.
I'm hoping for no Shillary
She is actually the worst possible President in our current lineup of candidates. Whoever wins, it better not be Clinton.
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