|(I took this photo in San Antonio last fall, but the awesome Spanish banners seem appropriate for today! -Scott)|
The polls close at 3pm ET in the Puerto Rico primary. Will Hillary win two incredibly lopsided victories in one weekend? Watch this space and let's find out!
So Clinton is up 35 in a recent poll, and given the VI result... I think a lot of people have their eyes on PR today for a possible blowout— Benchmark Politics (@benchmarkpol) June 5, 2016
Polls have closed in Puerto Rico. From earlier today... long lines of voters. #ImWithHer pic.twitter.com/nLMKbBpDoA— Daily Hillary (@DailyHillary) June 5, 2016
The polls are closed in Puerto Rico. It doesn't get much attention, but it's the 24th biggest contest, worth 60 delegates-basically OR or KY— Nate Cohn (@Nate_Cohn) June 5, 2016
Then there's this possible but unlikely scenario. Get ready for it...
"There is a possibility" Clinton "could lay claim to the Dem nomination tonight," @JohnKingCNN says. Here's why/how https://t.co/sGrtdqpLYM— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) June 5, 2016
If this margin roughly holds in the #IslandPrimary, Hillary will need less than 20 delegates in NJ to clinch. https://t.co/00vGmJXI93— Hillary HQ (@Hillary_HQ) June 5, 2016
AP has updated numbers as we reported a few moments earlier. pic.twitter.com/x3K7TkKZl0— Benchmark Politics (@benchmarkpol) June 6, 2016