It’s finally here! Super Tuesday is going down in six states June 7, including delegate rich California, so will it be the day that Hillary Clinton secures the Democratic presidential nomination? Here’s how you can watch the Live Stream to find out!
This could be the day that we officially have our presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, as Hillary Clinton, 68, is looking to lock down the key number of delegates needed to secure her frontrunner status ahead of July’s party convention. Keep reading for how to you can watch the election results on Live Stream.
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It’s a make or break day for Hillary, as she goes head to head against Bernie Sanders, 74, in California and five other states including MT, NM, ND, NJ, SD. Even though the Associated Press broke the news June 6 that the former Secretary of State had secured commitments from the number of delegates needed to become the Democratic Party’s presumptive nominee for president, she’s still charging ahead to make sure that everyone gets out and votes. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE LIVE STREAM OF ELECTION RESULTS.
Despite the AP’s poll results, Bernie is moving ahead undeterred until the Democratic convention in July, vowing to stay in the race until the bitter end. In response to the AP’s report, his press spokeswoman tweeted June 6 that, “Clinton doesn’t have the pledged delegates. Supers don’t count until the convention so it’s still on.” So it looks like he’s staying in the fight against Hillary until all 50 states have had their say and the convention delegates make their decision on who will run against Donald Trump, 69, in the general election.
According to the AP, their count of pledged delegates won in previous primaries and caucuses and a survey of party insiders known as superdelegates showed that Hillary has the overall support of the required 2,383 delegates needed to secure the party’s nomination, making her the presumptive Democratic nominee. But she could secure that status officially with big wins on Super Tuesday.
HollywoodLifers, who do you think will come out on top on Super Tuesday? Hillary or Bernie?