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Robbins

(5,066 posts)
Wed Apr 6, 2016, 10:48 AM Apr 2016

100% In from wisconsin-Bernie 56.6 Clinton 43.1

clinton won 1 county-Milwaukee

now let's compare gop'

Cruz-48.2 Trump 35.1 Kasich 14.1

Bernie's win over clinton is slightly higher than cruz over trump but you wouldn't know that from MSM.Bernie got most votes yesterday in wis-567,936 Cruz-531,129

out of pleged delegates in wis-Bernie 47 Clinton 36

It seems strange that clinton wins 1 county and yet gets 11 less delegates than Bernie.

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100% In from wisconsin-Bernie 56.6 Clinton 43.1 (Original Post) Robbins Apr 2016 OP
to hear Hillarians describe it, ChairmanAgnostic Apr 2016 #1
A "yuge" loss huh? LaurenG Apr 2016 #2
they sure like to create their own reality Robbins Apr 2016 #5
Now I get it: the more Bernie wins... the more he loses! yourpaljoey Apr 2016 #6
Well, Sanders did not win 147% of the vote, so clearly it is a massive loss. jeff47 Apr 2016 #7
ya know LaurenG Apr 2016 #8
Yes this keeps happening..who can explain this. bkkyosemite Apr 2016 #3
All I can reason is she won the 4th congressional district (Milwaukee) Land of Enchantment Apr 2016 #9
From what I am told .. Else You Are Mad Apr 2016 #4
are you sure they are not counting Superman delegates with super powers? /nt Dragonfli Apr 2016 #10

ChairmanAgnostic

(28,017 posts)
1. to hear Hillarians describe it,
Wed Apr 6, 2016, 10:49 AM
Apr 2016

this was a huge loss for bernie.

Not only those Hillarians here, but those on MSNBC.

Robbins

(5,066 posts)
5. they sure like to create their own reality
Wed Apr 6, 2016, 10:55 AM
Apr 2016

bernie kicked her butt in wisconsin.

glad i no longer watch cable news.

jeff47

(26,549 posts)
7. Well, Sanders did not win 147% of the vote, so clearly it is a massive loss.
Wed Apr 6, 2016, 11:03 AM
Apr 2016

And if you silly liberals want to claim winning more than 100% is impossible, you're just ignoring The Math™.

Land of Enchantment

(1,217 posts)
9. All I can reason is she won the 4th congressional district (Milwaukee)
Wed Apr 6, 2016, 11:26 AM
Apr 2016

and so she gets delegates based on population? It seems odd to me too and I usually look at Wiki maps like this one....



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democratic_Party_presidential_primaries,_2016

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