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Puerto Rico Primary: Voters Head To The Polls

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Puerto Rico Primary: Voters Head To The Polls
Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton, newly defiant against her party leaders, sought a victory Sunday in Puerto Rico's presidential primary that would give her a toehold on an increasingly slippery path to the nomination. The island territory, once a political asterisk in presidential contests, stood as Clinton's last best electoral chance. She, former President Clinton and their daughter Chelsea have spent a combined 15 days in the commonwealth hoping to keep her relevant in the contest.

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UnDave35 UnDave35 7 years
She can't logically make a popular vote argument. She didn't win FL and MI in a true head to head competition. The fact that FL and MI is getting half should be considered something of a gift to Hillary.
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 7 years
She needs those votes in order to make her popular vote argument. Not sure what the popular vote argument means if you subtract Michigan and the primary states, and include territories that don't get electoral vote, but whatever. All math and logic has flown out the window.
harmonyfrance harmonyfrance 7 years
YAY! Congrats to Hillary on winning Puerto Rico by a landslide! It looks like she had a blast there. :)
stephley stephley 7 years
I love the way CNN keeps saying "They're Americans in Puerto Rico, they're Americans!"
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