While it's true that the District of Columbia, with its 20 delegates at stake, doesn't vote until June 14, essentially the Democratic primary ends tonight.
California, New Jersey, New Mexico, Montana and North and South Dakota vote today. The big races are New Jersey, where Clinton has an enormous lead, and California, where she leads by a slim margin.
Then there was the news that super delegate Obama is waiting until tomorrow, when he will announce his support for Hillary.
And then last night came the news: after her big win in Puerto Rico over the weekend, and with new a report by the Associated Press that super delegates flocking to her cause, Hillary Clinton has clinched the nomination for President.
Hillary Clinton, the first female nominee of a major party.
I can't wait until it becomes official tonight.
And I can't wait until she wins it all in November.
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