Done Deal For the Democrats?
On the eve of the all-important California primary, reports already have Hillary Clinton with the required number of delegates.
Six states go to the polls today, but reports already claim the Democratic nomination has been decided. Sen. Bernie Sanders is challenging the reports, noting that many of Clinton’s delegates are superdelegates, who don’t officially make their decisions until the Democratic National Convention in July. Sanders is hoping for a strong push from delegate-heavy California, as well as North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, New Jersey, and New Mexico. Clinton has her eyes on an endorsement form President Obama, which could happen in the next few days.