NPR reported some interesting numbers about how the Democratic Presidential campaign may play out between now and the convention: Despite the math, Bernie Sanders has already won.
"Sanders won with 82 percent in Alaska, 70 percent in Hawaii and 72 percent in Washington. That Washington margin was even bigger than the Sanders campaign expected — and significant, because there are 101 delegates up for grabs there."
Depending on the outcome of remaining primary elections and caucuses, Bernie Sanders could beat the math of the inevitable nomination of Hillary Clinton. Although it is a convoluted path, the key to his potential victory is two fold: First he has to manage 55-65% of the votes to achieve a overall plurality in the popular vote, particularly in California's June 7th Primary:
Then the Super delegates pledged to HRC would be free to shift their votes to Sanders at the convention. Follow the link to NPR to read the details. This is a long shot but who'd have thunk that Bernie Sanders has collected the money and votes this deep into the campaign, and who could have predicted Trump's dominance in the Republican contest??
BTW: A recent NBC poll shows Sanders doing better than HRC against Donald Trump in the general election: