2016-06-08 15:58:43

"Historic Moment for Women": Dolores Huerta on Hillary Clinton Declaring Victory in Democratic Race

Hillary Clinton has claimed the Democratic presidential nomination on Tuesday night, pulling off victories in California, New Jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota. Clinton is set to become the first woman to win a major party’s presidential nomination. With only one primary to go in the District of Columbia, Clinton has an insurmountable lead in pledged delegates over her challenger, Bernie Sanders. But Clinton’s pledged delegate count falls short of the 2,383 needed, meaning she will need to rely on the support of unelected superdelegates to officially secure the nomination at next month’s convention in Philadelphia.

Democrats Dolores Huerta Gender Equality Hillary Clinton Women's Rights

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