Hillary's Never Ending Math Equation

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THE PLANK FEBRUARY 28, 2008

Hillary's Never Ending Math Equation

Marc Ambinder runs the delegate numbers--making a number of generous assumptions for Clinton in the process (such as all of her pledged superdelegates sticking with her)--and her "path to victory" doesn't look very likely. Bottom-line:

If Florida and Michigan's delegations are seated fully to her
advantage, and if she wins in Ohio by 65% and wins in Texas by 65%, and
all other percentages hold, she can win the nomination.

Yikes.

--Jason Zengerle

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