CONFIRMED=> Hillary Clinton Received 1.5 Million FEWER Votes in 2016 than in 2008 — Democrats Down 7 Million Votes
It was another rough primary season for Hillary.
Even after California primary Hillary Clinton STILL does not have enough pledged delegates to win the Democratic primary.
As of Tuesday night Hillary Clinton has 2,203 pledged delegates.
But she does have 574 super-delegates.
She needs 2.383 delegates to win the nomination.
Hillary received 15,899,116 votes this year.
Bernie Sanders received 12,193,152 votes.
Hillary and Bernie received 28,092,268 total primary votes this year.
In 2008 Hillary Clinton received 17,493,836 primary votes.
So this year Hillary received 1,594,720 FEWER primary votes than in 2008.
And she lost in 2008!
More than 35,029,294 votes were cast in the 2008 Democratic primary.
So Democrats lost nearly 7 million primary votes this year compared to 2008.
This is devastating news for the Democrats.