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California admits 2 million votes remain uncounted

California admits 2 million votes remain uncounted

(14:14) Senior advisor to Bernie Sanders, Lary Cohen, and Friends of the Earth Action Michelle Chan discuss superdelegates, democracy, and the TPP. Democracy Now! June, 2016.

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Maxwell1956 Maxwell1956 (615 days ago)

so....would Bernie Sanders received more votes than Ms. Clinton?

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so....would Bernie Sanders received more votes than Ms. Clinton?

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (615 days ago)
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According to this video, it is estimated Bernie would have won California by a landslide 69% to 31%. LINK

If you can handle the computer voice, the video goes on to explain how the vote rigging was done. America is more a banana republic than the standard bearer for democracy.

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According to this video, it is estimated Bernie would have won California by a landslide 69% to 31%. LINK

If you can handle the computer voice, the video goes on to explain how the vote rigging was done. America is more a banana republic than the standard bearer for democracy.

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