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27. What do you recommend they do? Reopen registration?
Sun Mar 27, 2016, 10:26 PM
Mar 2016

It has been 5+ months since the deadline to change affiliation. We've also passed the registration deadline for first time voters.

NY isn't about to change its rules 4 weeks before the primary.

. hrmjustin Mar 2016 #1
When she drops out FlatBaroque Mar 2016 #2
That's what I'M thinking! dchill Mar 2016 #30
Not too long ago, DK announced that, since Hillary would have this all wrapped up by djean111 Mar 2016 #3
i clicked in pursuit of an older article about something else; lo an behold.... amborin Mar 2016 #12
That's Why I Closed My Wallet corbettkroehler Mar 2016 #62
Yes you are only 2.5 + million votes ahead of Sanders! Only 200 PDs ahead...Drop out! lunamagica Mar 2016 #4
The votes, as you may or may not know, do not mean squat. djean111 Mar 2016 #64
the caucuses numbers wouldn't alter the numbers much. lunamagica Mar 2016 #65
What I am saying is that the popular vote would only be meaningful if ALL the djean111 Mar 2016 #66
That's a big "if" lunamagica Mar 2016 #67
Heh. n/t Orsino Mar 2016 #73
Yes... for the good of the country and the party, Hillary must drop out and call for Unity. cherokeeprogressive Mar 2016 #5
What happened to the "everyone deserve3s to cast their vote" meme? lunamagica Mar 2016 #10
I agree with you NWCorona Mar 2016 #13
Absolutely, by all means let everyone vote, and FAIRLY please. kenn3d Mar 2016 #32
Well, given that the Hillary side has been SheilaT Mar 2016 #36
Don't expect fair play from ANYONE associated with Hillary. BillZBubb Mar 2016 #58
Ohh, I don't. SheilaT Mar 2016 #61
"Today is as good as it gets for you." Bookmarked for the end of April. NuclearDem Mar 2016 #11
She hasn't really been spending much money... Agschmid Mar 2016 #28
Yeah, she's going to have to cash in some of those speechifying checks. dchill Mar 2016 #34
Her lead is all but insurmountable. Kang Colby Mar 2016 #6
By diverse interests, you mean reight wing interest? angstlessk Mar 2016 #7
Yes it is. Incidentally this was alerted for some unfathomable reason. ucrdem Mar 2016 #35
For once I agree, this is unfathomable. . . .maybe someone hit the wrong key by accident. pdsimdars Mar 2016 #70
touched a nerve spyker29 Mar 2016 #43
I think it strange you should say "we need a candidate who can represent diverse interests." rhett o rick Mar 2016 #57
Not really paying that much attention, eh? pdsimdars Mar 2016 #69
Hillary "won" - only if you turn off your brain and ignore TBF Mar 2016 #71
Just a little context, adding all the delegates up: NuclearDem Mar 2016 #8
That's very true NWCorona Mar 2016 #14
As for New York... NuclearDem Mar 2016 #15
Bernie's got work to do. I'm aware of that and I'm also aware of the variables at play right now NWCorona Mar 2016 #19
What do you recommend they do? Reopen registration? Godhumor Mar 2016 #27
It's not about changing rules, it's about not changing people's valid registrations. cui bono Mar 2016 #37
If they "had proof" they would get a provisional vote or a court order to vote. bettyellen Mar 2016 #49
I think they were given provisional ballots but we all know that's sketchy. cui bono Mar 2016 #50
In my town, they are counted. But we have a strong Dem party presence, which is what it takes. bettyellen Mar 2016 #52
She talks about a lot of things. Haven't heard anything from her about Arizona. cui bono Mar 2016 #54
She has talked about voting issues in red states at length, for a long time. You have missed much. bettyellen Mar 2016 #55
No that's not what I'm saying at all. NWCorona Mar 2016 #46
Sanders is in this for all human beings. pangaia Mar 2016 #41
Apparently, just about every demographic in New York disagrees. NuclearDem Mar 2016 #45
we shall see. she was supposed to slay michigan roguevalley Mar 2016 #48
The math that matters paulthompson Mar 2016 #17
Good catch. Plus, the important detail is that he handily took the last 6 contests. cui bono Mar 2016 #38
I voted for Obama for the greater good, not for the lesser evil. Too bad he was stymied uppityperson Mar 2016 #9
Hi Uppity. I was the caucus chair and everything went smooth. rhett o rick Mar 2016 #16
I am in a district of hill dwelling hippies and a retirement community uppityperson Mar 2016 #20
Our groups were interesting also. rhett o rick Mar 2016 #21
Interesting that you talk about the monitor. Don't know if jwirr Mar 2016 #23
The gentleman in our caucus and a sticky badge that said something like he was rhett o rick Mar 2016 #53
Interesting. SheilaT Mar 2016 #42
Pathetic. Didn't hear you calling Sanders to drop out after losing 5 in a row. CalvinballPro Mar 2016 #18
85% white? SheenaR Mar 2016 #22
Never try to state facts to a Hillarian ChairmanAgnostic Mar 2016 #29
Hey! Don't try to upset their narrative. cui bono Mar 2016 #39
Hillary supporters only see things in Black and White, they forget about the rest of us. jillan Mar 2016 #51
Sure........... Beacool Mar 2016 #24
Well the Hillary supporters were making these kinds of demands just a couple days ago strategery blunder Mar 2016 #25
Unrec, people need to STOP calling for either on to drop out. Agschmid Mar 2016 #26
Based on responses here I despair JackRiddler Mar 2016 #31
This is an on going thing at Dailykos KelleyKramer Mar 2016 #59
Huummm, interesting since Clinton just had a five state sweep which netted more Thinkingabout Mar 2016 #33
Rec because Hillary supporters were calling for Sanders to drop out. cui bono Mar 2016 #40
Why should she drop out when she has the delegate lead? KingFlorez Mar 2016 #44
probably don't understand how it "workS" either (ha ha) pdsimdars Mar 2016 #72
Hillary dropping out? achsadu Mar 2016 #47
It might be, but not for electoral reasons nadinbrzezinski Mar 2016 #56
Glad Sanders are not like his supporters Legends303 Mar 2016 #60
No--not until someone gets the required number of delegates n/t eridani Mar 2016 #63
From what I've been reading about her private server . . . . . that may be the thing that does it pdsimdars Mar 2016 #68
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