Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Hillary leads in Popular Vote, if FL, and MI are included

Democratic Vote Count shows Hillary leads in Popular Vote, if FL, and MI are included.

3 comments:

Iron Chef Klingon said...

Noticing that Hillary has won every major state besides Obama's home state, I decided to run the math.

If the Democrat nomination were run like the actual presidential race, with each state's winner receiving all of its electoral college votes, Hillary would have already clinched the nomination even before Pennsylvania. By my count, she would currently have 294 electoral votes to Obama's 202. 270 are needed to elect a president. (And that's with me giving all of Maine and Nebraska's delegates to Obama, although I think at least one of them is proportional.)

Anonymous said...

Hey this is the first time I have read your blog and as a Republican was wondering if you could explain, why so much of the sentences involving Dem. Candidate aspirations start with the word "If" Wouldn't it serve the country and your party better if you just dealt with the world as is and not more imagined "sniper " fire or anything else. Reality is where the rest of live, please join us here before the White House becomes the "Out" house again.

Don Singleton said...

The Dems set up their system to give each candidate a share of the delegates so everyone could win something. All nice and new age, until they got confronted with a situation where two candidates had approximately equal appeal, and then they system they set up seemed to never let one person dominate and take off. So the one behind (Hillary) is left to say she would be ahead if just .....