Why the Clinton Camp Isn't Worried After Michigan Primary Loss

Why the Clinton Camp Isn't Worried After Michigan Primary LossAfter a surprising loss to Bernie Sanders in Michigan, which his campaign called a major, game-changing victory,” the Hillary Clinton camp is projecting confidence, at least publicly. A Democratic candidate needs 2,383 delegates, or representatives who will vote for them at the convention, to be eligible as the party’s nominee. Although Clinton has only won four more states than Sanders, she leads him by more than 200 pledged delegates, 760 to 546.

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