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TN05
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5/18/2016 2:26:18 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
With nearly 100% of precincts reporting Hillary appears to have edged out Sanders by less than 2,000 votes. No candidate has a majority; Hillary has 46.7%, Sanders 46.5%. All other candidates have 6.6%. Oregon has yet to begin counting but is considered a likely Sanders win.

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Peepette
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5/18/2016 2:32:10 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 5/18/2016 2:26:18 AM, TN05 wrote:
With nearly 100% of precincts reporting Hillary appears to have edged out Sanders by less than 2,000 votes. No candidate has a majority; Hillary has 46.7%, Sanders 46.5%. All other candidates have 6.6%. Oregon has yet to begin counting but is considered a likely Sanders win.

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I do expect Sanders to take Oregon, a liberal state. We'll see about the remaining. Doesn't seem like Sanders can pull it of with the Super delegates in Hillary's pocket.
TN05
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5/18/2016 2:43:01 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 5/18/2016 2:32:10 AM, Peepette wrote:
At 5/18/2016 2:26:18 AM, TN05 wrote:
With nearly 100% of precincts reporting Hillary appears to have edged out Sanders by less than 2,000 votes. No candidate has a majority; Hillary has 46.7%, Sanders 46.5%. All other candidates have 6.6%. Oregon has yet to begin counting but is considered a likely Sanders win.

http://www.decisiondeskhq.com...

I do expect Sanders to take Oregon, a liberal state. We'll see about the remaining. Doesn't seem like Sanders can pull it of with the Super delegates in Hillary's pocket.

There's no way he can pull it off without literally sweeping every state now. His plan now is to convince delegates at the convention to nominate him and ignore the popular vote. Tough hill to climb.
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5/18/2016 10:03:06 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 5/18/2016 2:43:01 AM, TN05 wrote:
At 5/18/2016 2:32:10 AM, Peepette wrote:
At 5/18/2016 2:26:18 AM, TN05 wrote:
With nearly 100% of precincts reporting Hillary appears to have edged out Sanders by less than 2,000 votes. No candidate has a majority; Hillary has 46.7%, Sanders 46.5%. All other candidates have 6.6%. Oregon has yet to begin counting but is considered a likely Sanders win.

http://www.decisiondeskhq.com...

I do expect Sanders to take Oregon, a liberal state. We'll see about the remaining. Doesn't seem like Sanders can pull it of with the Super delegates in Hillary's pocket.

There's no way he can pull it off without literally sweeping every state now. His plan now is to convince delegates at the convention to nominate him and ignore the popular vote. Tough hill to climb.

Agreed, especially since one of the Super delegates slated toward Sanders flipped on him; no surprise there.