Hillary Clinton has staked her strong claims to Democratic Presidential nominations with wins in the Tuesday night Democratic primary.
With the recent win she has become the first women in American history to lead any political party in the later stages of primary. In her speech in Brooklyn, she remembers her loss in the 2008 primaries and said “This campaign is about making sure there are no ceilings, no limits on any of us”.
Clinton is standing on the brink of presidential nomination from the Democrats. She already has the numbers required for nomination. Now with three wins in New Mexico, South Dakota and New Jersey on Tuesday, she looks pretty strong against Bernie Sanders.
Counting in California holds the key. If Sanders can win California, where the counting is still continuing, then he might think about a possibility to turn it around by convincing delegates who are backing Clinton at the moment. But the reality is Clinton stands firm in California, with counting may well go late into Wednesday morning.
Although, Sanders has won in North Dakota and Montana, the going still looks tough for him, because Clinton has already bagged the 2383 delegates required for nomination.