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Dem Disunity State By State

- June 10, 2016

While Clinton Has Declared Herself The Presumptive Democrat Nominee, Democrats Across The Country Are Speaking Out Against The Crooked System That Has Led To A Crooked Nominee


TOP TAKEAWAYS

  • Despite the D.C. establishment and national media’s effort to anoint Clinton the presumptive Democrat nominee, Democrats at the grassroots level across the country are offering up full-scale resistance.
  • In Colorado, Sanders supporters are resisting backing Clinton over the AP’s race call based on superdelegates and Clinton’s FBI investigation. Even local lawmakers are speaking out, with Democrat State Rep. Joe Salazar saying that “Hillary can’t be trusted” because “she is pulling strings with her friends in the media.”
  • In New Hampshire, Democrats say Sanders has an “obligation to his supporters and voters not to step aside.”
  • In Florida, Sanders supporters are urging him to stay in the race until the delegates vote at the Democrat National Convention and that they cannot support Clinton “even if Sanders supports her.”
  • In North Carolina, superdelegate Pat Cotham endorsed Sanders after Clinton was declared the presumptive Democrat nominee.
  • In Pennsylvania, a recent poll of Democrats shows that nearly 3 in 10 Sanders supporters would not commit to voting for Clinton in the general election.
  • In Iowa, a recent poll shows that despite Clinton’s extremely narrow win four months ago, Democrats remain deeply divided and actually prefer Sanders as their nominee.

sanders supporters in colorado ARE ANGERED BY THE SYSTEM THAT'S SET TO NOMINATE CROOKED HILLARY

Sanders Supporters In Colorado Are Pushing Back Against Clinton's Use Of Superdelegates To Claim The Democrat Nomination

The Denver Post Headline: "Among Top Colorado Democrats, Gap Remains On Supporting Clinton." (Ellis Arnold, "Among Top Colorado Democrats, Gap Remains On Supporting Clinton,"The Denver Post, 6/7/16)

  • Sanders Supporters In Colorado "Show Little Sign Of Conceding Defeat." "As Hillary Clinton's Colorado supporters set their sights on the general election following her wins Tuesday, those in Bernie Sanders' camp show little sign of conceding defeat." (Ellis Arnold, "Among Top Colorado Democrats, Gap Remains On Supporting Clinton," The Denver Post, 6/7/16)
  • Sanders Supporters Holding Out Underscores "The Long-Running Feud In Colorado, A Swing State That Sanders Easily Carried At This Spring's Caucuses." "The holdouts underscore the long-running feud in Colorado, a swing state that Sanders easily carried at this spring's caucuses." (Ellis Arnold, "Among Top Colorado Democrats, Gap Remains On Supporting Clinton," The Denver Post, 6/7/16)

Colorado Rep. Joe Salazar (D) Says That Celebrating Clinton's Nomination "Is Disrespectful To Those Who Feel The Democratic Process Is Flawed" Due To Clinton's Use Of Superdelegates To Claim The Democrat Nomination. "'This kind of flag-waving and celebrating … is disrespectful to those who feel that the democratic process is flawed," said state Rep. Joe Salazar, a delegate to the national convention angry about Clinton's use of Democratic superdelegates to claim her party's nomination." (Ellis Arnold, "Among Top Colorado Democrats, Gap Remains On Supporting Clinton," The Denver Post, 6/7/16)

  • Salazar: The Superdelegate System Is "A Voter Suppression System." "'(It's) a voter suppression system,' Salazar said of those rules. 'If you're a Hillary Clinton supporter, you're loving the superdelegate system - if I'm talking to Sanders supporters, they think it's voter suppression. And that's my personal opinion as well, as an attorney who practices constitutional and civil rights law.'" (Ellis Arnold, "Among Top Colorado Democrats, Gap Remains On Supporting Clinton," The Denver Post, 6/7/16)

As Well As The Associated Press Calling The Nomination For Clinton Before The June 7th Primaries

Sanders Supporters In Colorado Are Also Pushing Back Due To The Associated Press Calling The Nomination For Clinton Before Voters Went To The Polls On June 7th. "The latest push-back from Sanders also follows a report by the Associated Press that called the nominee race for Clinton before voters even went to the polls Tuesday, based on interviews with most superdelegates and tallies of pledged delegates from previous contests. Salazar had strong words for the Democratic party's system of using superdelegates - unelected and unbound delegates who technically can change their minds until the national convention July 25." (Ellis Arnold, "Among Top Colorado Democrats, Gap Remains On Supporting Clinton," The Denver Post, 6/7/16)

  • Salazar Also Asserted That "Hillary Clinton Can't Be Trusted" Because She Is "Pulling Strings With Her Friends In The Media." "'Hillary Clinton can't be trusted,' Salazar said, going on to say Clinton is 'pulling strings with her friends in the media.'" (Ellis Arnold, "Among Top Colorado Democrats, Gap Remains On Supporting Clinton," The Denver Post, 6/7/16)

sanders supporters in NEW HAMPSHIRE WANT SANDERS TO TAKE HIS CAMPAIGN TO THE CONVENTION

Sanders Supporters In New Hampshire "Are Not Prepared To Simply Call It Quits." "The presidential campaign may be effectively over for Bernie Sanders, but several key New Hampshire supporters are not prepared to simply call it quits." (John DiStaso, "Updated New Hampshire Primary Source: New NHGOP Web Video Hits Hassan On Out-Of-State Political Travel," WMUR, 6/10/16)

  • "Sanders Super Delegate And State Sen. Martha Fuller Clark And Former State Sen. Burt Cohen, Also A Sanders Supporter, Believe That New Hampshire Voters' Voices Should Be Heard At The Upcoming Democratic Convention." "Sanders super delegate and state Sen. Martha Fuller Clark and former state Sen. Burt Cohen, also a Sanders supporter, believe that New Hampshire voters' voices should be heart at the upcoming Democratic convention. Back in February, the majority of registered Democrats in the Granite State voted for Sanders over Clinton in the first-in-the-nation primary of the 2016 presidential race." (Suzanne Roantree, "Following Obama's Endorsement Of Clinton, Sanders Supporters Weigh In," WMUR, 6/9/16)
  • Former Executive Councilor Dudley Dudley Said That He Is "Hoping That The Hillary People Will Stop Saying Nasty Things About Bernie Because The Bernie People Could Respond In Kind, And That Will Get Us Nowhere." "Dudley said that Sanders and Clinton are far closer than either one of them are as compared to Trump. But, she said, 'I am hoping that the Hillary people will stop saying nasty things about Bernie because the Bernie people could respond in kind, and that will get us nowhere.'" (John DiStaso, "Updated New Hampshire Primary Source: New NHGOP Web Video Hits Hassan On Out-Of-State Political Travel," WMUR, 6/10/16)
  • New Hampshire State Sen. Martha Fuller Clark Said That Sanders Needs To Stay In The Race Because "He Has An Obligation To His Supporters And Voters Not To Step Aside." "State Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, a Sanders superdelegate, said Sanders 'needs to remain a candidate through the end of the primary season next Tuesday. That's what Hillary did in 2008, and he has an obligation to his supporters and voters not to step aside. I think he is going to look for the best path forward that will respect the millions of voters who came out for him. He has received 45 percent of the vote and has won 22 states. The party needs to make sure that his agenda is folded into the party platform so that those who supported him become part of the party's agenda.'" (John DiStaso, "Updated New Hampshire Primary Source: New NHGOP Web Video Hits Hassan On Out-Of-State Political Travel," WMUR, 6/10/16)

Former New Hampshire State Sen. Burt Cohen Said That "The Democratic National Committee And Hillary Made War On Bernie From The First Day And Have Treated Us Quite Shabbily." "Former state Sen. Burt Cohen was a bit more, well, biting. 'She's not there yet,' he insisted about Clinton. Although the numbers say differently, Cohen said, 'She has a lot of heavy lifting to do. She needs to reach out to traditional Democrats, and the party needs to shift away from being for the rich and powerful. The Democratic National Committee and Hillary made war on Bernie from the first day and have treated us quite shabbily,' Cohen said." (John DiStaso, "Updated New Hampshire Primary Source: New NHGOP Web Video Hits Hassan On Out-Of-State Political Travel," WMUR, 6/10/16)

  • Cohen: "A Lot Of People Are Very Concerned About Her Positions On Foreign Policy, Which I Find Very Dangerous." "'This is a campaign about issues and positions, and a lot of people are very concerned about her positions on foreign policy, which I find very dangerous". (John DiStaso, "Updated New Hampshire Primary Source: New NHGOP Web Video Hits Hassan On Out-Of-State Political Travel," WMUR, 6/10/16)
  • Cohen: "There Are Very Big Differences Between Hillary And The Traditional Democrats Like Us." " There are very big differences between Hillary and the traditional Democrats like us," Cohen said." (John DiStaso, "Updated New Hampshire Primary Source: New NHGOP Web Video Hits Hassan On Out-Of-State Political Travel," WMUR, 6/10/16)
  • Cohen: "And It's Amazing That She Wore At $12,500 Jacket To A Speech About Economic Inequality." (John DiStaso, "Updated New Hampshire Primary Source: New NHGOP Web Video Hits Hassan On Out-Of-State Political Travel," WMUR, 6/10/16)
  • Cohen: "I Was Elected As Bernie Sanders' Delegate. I Am Going To Vote For Bernie Sanders At The Convention." "Former New Hampshire State Senator Burt Cohen: 'I mean, I was hoping he would win by 15 points, and it was 22 points, which was amazing. I think that it is important their voices be heard. I am a delegate to the convention. I was elected as Bernie Sanders' delegate. I am going to vote for Bernie Sanders at the convention.'" (Suzanne Roantree, "Following Obama's Endorsement Of Clinton, Sanders Supporters Weigh In," WMUR, 6/9/16)

sanders supporters IN FLORIDA ARE SKEPTICAL OF SUPERDELEGATES AND CLINTON

Orlando Sentinel Headline: "Sanders Supporters Not Ready To Back Clinton." (Steve Lemongello, "Sanders Supporters Not Ready To Back Clinton," Orlando Sentinel, 6/8/16)

University Of South Florida Professor Susan McManus Said That "Whether Sanders Backers Will Refuse To Back Clinton 'Is The Biggest Unknown In Politics.'" "Whether Sanders backers will refuse to back Clinton 'is the biggest unknown in politics' said Susan MacManus, a University of South Florida political science professor. 'A large portion of Sanders supporters are millennials, part of one of the largest generations in history, and they're forging their political identity.'" (Steve Lemongello, "Sanders Supporters Not Ready To Back Clinton," Orlando Sentinel, 6/8/16)

Florida Sanders Supporter Ricky Ly: "As Bernie Said, He's In It Until The Last Vote Is Counted - And The Votes Won't Be Counted Until The Convention." "'I'm definitely disappointed in the results,' said Ricky Ly of Orlando, a Sanders delegate to the Democratic National Convention. 'But as Bernie said, he's in it until the last vote is counted - and the votes won't be counted until the convention.'" (Steve Lemongello, "Sanders Supporters Not Ready To Back Clinton," Orlando Sentinel, 6/8/16)

Sanders At-Large Delegate Adam Woodhall Said That "What Sanders And Clinton Do Over The Next Seven Weeks Before The Convention In Philadelphia Is Critical To Whether The Final Vote Is Ceremonial Or Contested." "Adam Woodhall, a Sanders at-large delegate from Orlando, said what Sanders and Clinton do over the next seven weeks before the convention in Philadelphia is critical to whether the final vote is ceremonial or contested." (Steve Lemongello, "Sanders Supporters Not Ready To Back Clinton," Orlando Sentinel, 6/8/16)

Florida Sanders Supporter Crystal Allen: "We Look At The Things [Clinton Has Done] And From That We Cannot Support Her Even If Sanders Supports Her." "But for some supporters, the delicate negotiations between the candidates will not matter. 'I see many, many people saying 'Bernie or Bust,'' said Crystal Allen, a 21-year-old waitress from Davenport, who is leaning toward voting for Green party candidate Jill Stein. 'We look at the things [Clinton has] done and from that we cannot support her even if Sanders supports her,' Allen added. 'This is not a group of people supporting a candidate anymore, this is a movement based on the ideas the candidate says.'" (Steve Lemongello, "Sanders Supporters Not Ready To Back Clinton," Orlando Sentinel, 6/8/16)

sanders supporters IN MICHIGAN ARE URGING THEIR CANDIDATE TO KEEP FIGHTING

The Detroit News Headline: "Sanders' Mich. Backers Urge Senator To Stay In Dem Race." (Chad Livengood, "Sanders' Mich Backers Urge Senator To Stay In Dem Race," The Detroit News , 6/7/16)

Michigan Sanders Supporters Are "Urging" Him To Stay In The Race After "Clinton's Advantage With Superdelegates Appeared To Tip The Democratic Presidential Nomination In Her Favor." "Michigan supporters of Bernie Sanders are urging the Vermont U.S. senator to remain in the race for president after former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's advantage with superdelegates appeared to tip the Democratic presidential nomination in her favor." (Chad Livengood, "Sanders' Mich Backers Urge Senator To Stay In Dem Race," The Detroit News , 6/7/16)

Sanders Supporters In Michigan "Reacted Angrily Tuesday After The Associated Press Reported Late Monday Night That Clinton Had Wrapped Up The Nomination" The Night Before The June 7th Primaries. "Sanders supporters reacted angrily Tuesday after the Associated Press reported late Monday night that Clinton had wrapped up the nomination with newly won pledged delegates from Puerto Rico and a late surge of superdelegates pledging their votes to Clinton. The media victory declaration came on the eve of Tuesday primaries in six states - including Sanders-friendly California - in the final bout of a presidential nominating contest that has unexpectedly shaken up the Democratic Party. 'To me, it looks like what I consider a very corrupt establishment trying to hammer that last nail in the coffin for Bernie Sanders,' said Lenka Perron, 50, a Sanders supporter from St. Clair Shores." (Chad Livengood, "Sanders' Mich Backers Urge Senator To Stay In Dem Race," The Detroit News , 6/7/16)

  • Chair Of The Democratic National Committee Black Caucus Virgie Rollins: "It Has Made Many People Angry Because It's A Move To Suppress The Vote Today In The States That Are Voting." "Detroiter Virgie Rollins, chair of the Democratic National Committee Black Caucus, is one of Michigan's 17 superdelegates and said Tuesday she remains undecided. Rollins said the media's reporting that Clinton won the nomination will hinder voter turnout in Tuesday's primaries. 'It has made many people angry because it's a move to suppress the vote today in the states that are voting; it's unfair to the folks who are still voting,' Rollins said in an email to The Detroit News." (Chad Livengood, "Sanders' Mich Backers Urge Senator To Stay In Dem Race," The Detroit News , 6/7/16)

Sanders Supporters In Michigan "Contend The Mainstream Media And The Clinton Campaign Are Declaring Her The Victor Before A Single Superdelegate Actually Votes At The Convention." "But Sanders supporters contend the mainstream media and the Clinton campaign are declaring her the victor before a single superdelegate actually votes at the convention. When superdelegates aren't factored into the delegate count, Clinton's lead narrows from 814 to 291 delegates, according to AP's count." (Chad Livengood, "Sanders' Mich Backers Urge Senator To Stay In Dem Race," The Detroit News , 6/7/16)

  • Michigan Sanders Supporter Elayne Petrucci: "It's Horrible Because Superdelegates Don't Vote Until Convention And They Can Change Their Vote." "'It's horrible because superdelegates don't vote until the convention and they can change their vote,' said Elayne Petrucci of Trenton, a Sanders supporter and Detroit charter school theater teacher." (Chad Livengood, "Sanders' Mich Backers Urge Senator To Stay In Dem Race," The Detroit News , 6/7/16)
  • Michigan Sanders Supporter Jessiva Rose Rieffel: "The Democratic Thing To Do Would Be To Get Rid Of Superdelegates." "Maiga and other Sanders supporters said they have become disheartened by the Democratic Party's nomination process and the use of super delegates to tilt nomination in Clinton's favor before the convention. 'It's not democratic,' said Jessica Rose Rieffel, a 32-year-old attorney and Sanders supporter from Bay City. 'The democratic thing to do would be to get rid of the superdelegates.'" (Chad Livengood, "Sanders' Mich Backers Urge Senator To Stay In Dem Race," The Detroit News , 6/7/16)
  • Michigan Sanders Supporter Judy Maiga: "The Hardest Thing To Do Is To Get People Out To Vote Because They Say 'It Doesn't Matter, My Vote Doesn't Count, They're Going To Put In Who They Want Anyway.'" "Maiga volunteered for the Sanders campaign this winter and said voters are turned off by the nominating process. 'The hardest thing to do is to get people to go out to vote because they say 'it doesn't matter, my vote doesn't count, they're going to put in who they want anyway,' Maiga said." (Chad Livengood, "Sanders' Mich Backers Urge Senator To Stay In Dem Race," The Detroit News , 6/7/16)
  • Michigan Native Jon Naudi: "The Democrats Run The Risk Of Disenfranchising Entire Generations Of Voters." "Brighton native Jon Naudi, 37, is an attorney in Los Angeles and changed his party affiliation from independent to Democratic to vote for Sanders in Tuesday's California primary. Naudi said it's 'premature' for the media to declare Clinton the victor and a mistake for superdelegates to hand her the nomination without considering the enthusiasm Sanders has brought to the party. 'The Democrats run the risk of disenfranchising entire generations of voters,' Naudi said. 'If you close out people 45 and younger, you could lose them forever.'" (Chad Livengood, "Sanders' Mich Backers Urge Senator To Stay In Dem Race," The Detroit News , 6/7/16)

Michigan Sanders Supporter Judy Maiga Believes That "Sanders Should Stay In The Race Until The Philadelphia Convention" As The FBI Probe Into Clinton's Private Email Server Proceeds. "Judy Maiga, a Democratic activist from Grosse Ile, said Sanders should stay in the race until the Philadelphia convention to see how a Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into Clinton's use of a private email server at the State Department plays out." (Chad Livengood, "Sanders' Mich Backers Urge Senator To Stay In Dem Race," The Detroit News , 6/7/16)

  • Maiga: "For The First Time In History, We Have A Nominee Who Is Under FBI Investigation. That Is Definitely Historic." "'For the first time in history, we have a nominee who is under an FBI investigation. That is definitely historic,' said Maiga, 53." (Chad Livengood, "Sanders' Mich Backers Urge Senator To Stay In Dem Race," The Detroit News , 6/7/16)

sanders' LATEST NORTH CAROLINA SUPER DELEGATE ENDORSED JUST DAYS AGO

North Carolina Superdelegate Pat Cotham Endorsed Sanders After Clinton Became The Presumptive Democrat Nominee. "Now that Hillary Clinton has become the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, North Carolina 'superdelegate' Pat Cotham has decided to endorse ... Bernie Sanders." (Tim Funk, "North Carolina 'Superdelegate' Pat Cotham Endorses Sanders For Democratic Nomination," Charlotte Observer, 6/8/16)

  • Cotham Said That The Associated Press Called, Texted, And Emailed Her Constantly Prior To Her Making A Decision On Who To Support. "Cotham decided on Sanders this week as the Associated Press was calling - and re-calling - delegates to determine whether Clinton had reached the magic number of 2,383. 'AP was calling me every two hours,' Cotham said. 'They were texting me and emailing me. It was constant.' Cotham notified the Sanders campaign about her decision, and shortly after that got a call from Politico, the national news website. After Politico broke the Cotham story, 'my Twitter just blew up,' she said, with positive tweets and retweets from Sanders supporters." (Tim Funk, "North Carolina 'Superdelegate' Pat Cotham Endorses Sanders For Democratic Nomination," Charlotte Observer, 6/8/16)

North Carolina Sanders Supporter Liam Condon Is Holding Out Hope For Sanders Upset Victory At The Convention. ""Earlier today, at like 11:00, they already called the California election in Hillary's favor and I doubt even half of people had a chance to vote. So I think leading up to the election, it was not by any means a sweep. That's not what Bernie was hoping for but you know I think he stands to do pretty well and if we can just hold on long enough to take it to the convention, right now he's the only one polling against Trump that does better."" (Stephanie Lopez, Twitter Feed, 6/7/16)

North Carolina Sanders Supporter Ryan Cuthriell: "Seems Like Someone's Pulling The Strings For Someone Right Now." "Yeah I think I'm a Bernie supporter but Hillary's definitely a second runner up for me. I think its kind of unusual just how the super delegates have been have been kind of planted early this year, earlier than normal but I'm not sure what to think. Seems like someone's pulling the strings for someone right now. I'm not exactly sure what to think." (Stephanie Lopez, Twitter Feed, 6/7/16)

DEMOCRATS IN PENNSYLVANIA AND IOWA ARE HIGHLY CRITICAL OF CLINTON

A Pennsylvania Poll Shows That Only 72 Percent Of Sanders Supporters Would Support Clinton In The General Election, And Whether It's Possible For Clinton To Sway More Is Unclear

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Headline: "New Poll Shows Importance Of Sanders Vote In PA." (Chris Potter, "New Poll Shows Importance Of Sanders Vote In PA,"Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 6/8/16)

Only 72 Percent Of Sanders Supporters In Pennsylvania Would Vote For Clinton In The General Election. " Pennsylvania is a great microcosm of the issue Clinton faces in winning over Sanders fans. Among people who support Sanders in a head to head match up with Trump, only 72% support Clinton in the general." ("Pennsylvania Close; Sanders Supporter Unity Would Make It Not Close," Public Policy Polling , 6/8/16)

  • "Her Grueling And Protracted Primary Battle With Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders Was Just The Beginning." "After big wins in New Jersey and California last night, Hillary Clinton is now really and truly the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. But her grueling and protracted primary battle with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was just the beginning: Now she has to unify the party behind her." (Chris Potter, "New Poll Shows Importance Of Sanders Vote In PA," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 6/8/16)

A Recently Released Iowa Poll Shows That Sanders Has A 2 Percent Lead Over Clinton, Showing That Even "After An Entire Democratic Race, It Hasn't Shifted One Way Or The Other" As There Is No Unified Support For Clinton

The Des Moines Register Headline: "Iowa Poll: Clinton Brawl Still Divides Iowa." (Jason Noble, "Iowa Poll: Clinton Brawl Still Divides Iowa," The Des Moines Register , 6/5/16)

A Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll Showed That "Four Months After The Caucuses, Democratic Loyalties In Iowa Remain Deeply Divided" Between Sanders And Clinton. "Four months after the caucuses, Democratic loyalties in Iowa remain deeply divided between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, a new Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll shows." (Jason Noble, "Iowa Poll: Clinton Brawl Still Divides Iowa," The Des Moines Register , 6/5/16)

  • Forty-Two Percent Of Iowa Poll Respondents Say They Support Sanders, Compared With 40 Percent For Clinton. "Forty-two percent of poll respondents say they support Sanders for the Democratic presidential nomination. Clinton is a whisker behind, at 40 percent." (Jason Noble, "Iowa Poll: Clinton Brawl Still Divides Iowa," The Des Moines Register , 6/5/16)

Democrat Strategist David Axelrod: "What's Interesting Is That After An Entire Democratic Race, It Hasn't Shifted One Way Or The Other. You've Got Two Candidates Who Basically Are Evenly Matched And Evenly Regarded." "'What's interesting is that after an entire Democratic race, it hasn't shifted one way or the other,' said Democratic strategist David Axelrod, a former adviser to President Barack Obama. 'You've got two candidates who basically are evenly matched and evenly regarded.'"' (Jason Noble, "Iowa Poll: Clinton Brawl Still Divides Iowa," The Des Moines Register , 6/5/16)

Iowa Sanders Supporter Molly Downs: "I Just Don't Trust Her At All. I Am Just Going To Have To Write Bernie Sanders In." "That's not the case for Sanders voter Molly Downs. The 39-year-old writer from Dubuque says she finds Clinton too untrustworthy to vote for - even in a contest against Trump. 'I just don't trust her at all,' Downs said. 'I am just going to have to write Bernie Sanders in. I don't think there's anything else I can do.'" (Jason Noble, "Iowa Poll: Clinton Brawl Still Divides Iowa," The Des Moines Register , 6/5/16)


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