Contested Democratic Convention Isn't Likely Thanks To Superdelegates
The GOP could be headed to a contested convention, but that is much less likely to happen with the Democrats.By Eugene Daniels | April 10, 2016
It seems like the media's excitement of a possible contested GOP convention is becoming bipartisan. Sunday, both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders faced questions about a contested convention on the Democratic side, which neither really answered.
"I intend to have the number of delegates that are required to be nominated," Clinton told CNN's Jake Tapper when he asked if she was preparing for a floor fight in June.
"Our plan right now is to win this thing, and I think we're looking pretty good," Sanders told CBS' John Dickerson.