Quick look at USA nomination race.

Democrats: First to 2,383 will lead the party in the November Presidential elections

Clinton: 1,767 (Super delegates 469) Pledged delegates won in Primaries 1,298: 20% lead.

Sanders: 1,110 (Super delegates 31) Pledged delegates won in Primaries   1,079

Big Dates for Primaries to watch: April 19th New York, 247. April 26th Pennsylvania, 189

June 7th New Jersey 126 & California 475

Republicans:  First to 1,237 wins.  Trump, 742: 45% lead!  Cruz, 505. Big primaries to watch are  same as above New York, Penn, New Jersey, California.

It looks like Super delegates (“dyed in the wool” Dem Establishment members) will ensure a victory for Clinton. The big decision for Sanders,who may win well in the Primaries, is whether he will run for the Presidency in November  as an Independent. Will this split the Dem vote and risk victory for the Reps?

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