Hillary Clinton won four of the six states from yesterday’s presidential primaries, including California.
According to AP, Clinton now has a combined total of 2,755 pledged delegates and superdelegates. Clinton’s opponent for the nomination, Bernie Sanders, has a combined total of 1,852 pledged delegates and superdelegates. The number needed for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination is 2,383.
The next round of presidential primaries is scheduled to take place in Washington, D.C. on June 14.