Hillary Clinton is still on track for nomination despite Indiana setback

[B]ecause Democrats award delegates proportionately, Sanders will only gain about a half-dozen delegates if that margin holds. The Associated Press shows Sanders with 43 delegates, while Clinton has 37 of the state’s 83 delegates.

Clinton will end the night with about 1,688 delegates and 520 superdelegates, bringing her total to 2,208, according to the Associated Press count.
 A candidate needs 2,383 delegates to win the nomination, leaving Clinton about 175 short.

That means Clinton only needs to win about 19 percent of the 933 delegates up for grabs between now and June 14.

Source: Clinton still on track for nomination despite Indiana setback | TheHill

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