May 20, 2016

THE HILL: Sanders campaign manager: Election isn’t over until convention.

Bernie Sanders’s campaign manager Jeff Weaver suggested Thursday the Vermont senator would take the race for the nomination all the way to the Democratic National Convention in July.

Weaver said the nominating process isn’t over until superdelegates vote at the convention in Philadelphia, even though the last primary contest, in Washington D.C., takes place June 14.

“That’s not the end of the election frankly because there are a bunch of superdelegates at the convention who have to vote, so the election is not over when the primary-caucus voting is over,” Weaver said on MSNBC’s “All in with Chris Hayes” Thursday evening.

Sanders hopes to close the gap in pledged delegates in California and New Jersey and sway superdelegates — party leaders who can back any candidate — to support him over Clinton.

Well, Obama swung the superdelegates. But Sanders isn’t black.

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