Yep, it is.  There could be an upset but it's a long shot given the D's rule of 
proportional allocation. Clinton has been hitting most of her target numbers 
for delegates.  But, wouldn't it be fun if both the Republicans and Democrats 
actually had contested conventions? I'm all for it.  

---In, <noozguru@...> wrote :

 Bernie is predicted to win California and that's a lot of delegates. 
 On 05/11/2016 08:27 PM, emily.mae50@... mailto:emily.mae50@... [FairfieldLife] 

   Objectively speaking, she is winning the pledged delegate race (not 
including super delegates) by several hundred (1,716 to 1,433) according to the 
numbers I just checked.  Doesn't seem like she's losing, as of this moment.    

<noozguru@...> mailto:noozguru@... wrote :
 Of course, because Billary is losing. She's not a popular candidate.  She can 
only win on superdelagates which is NOT right.
 On 05/10/2016 07:08 PM, emily.mae50@... mailto:emily.mae50@... [FairfieldLife] 



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