Hillary Clinton scored a sufficient number of votes of the delegates for the presidential nomination of the Democratic party. On it informs Agency Associated Press, records the number of electors.
“An Associated Press count based on elected delegates from the primaries and Caucus meetings, as well as a survey party sources, known as super-delegates, showing that Clinton has won the support necessary 2383 delegates,” reports AP.
That’s the number of delegates needed for its successful nomination as the official candidate. The formal nomination of Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic Convention in July of this year, which will be held in Philadelphia.