Clinton currently has 1,807 pledged delegates who are pledged and an assumed 548 superdelegates. If the superdelegates stay with her, she would be at 2,313. Sanders has 1,517 pledged delegates and 46 assumed superdelegates, for a total of 1,563. The media has been saying that they will deem the democratic nominee after NJ’s votes are in Tuesday. This is not accurate of the facts.
The majority of the media is forgetting to mention that Clinton and Sanders are 290 delegates separating them because superdelegates are assumed, not fact.
Pledged delegates to the Democratic National Convention are pledged to presidential contenders based on the results of the voting in today’s California Presidential Primary. Your vote determines the pledged delegates.
Tuesday, June 7th, is a huge primary day.
IF YOU LIVE IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING STATES AND ARE A DEMOCRAT, YOUR VOTES TRULY MATTER!
California – 475 pledge delegates, 73 superdelegates. Montana – 21 pledge delegates, 6 superdelegates North Dakota – 18 pledge delegates, 5 superdelegates New Jersey – 126 pledge delegates, 12 superdelegates. New Mexico – 34 pledge delegates, 9 superdelegates South Dakota – 20 pledge delegates, 5 superdelegates