With the further affirmation of voters of the Democratic Party in six-states of primaries today, Hillary Clinton will become the Democratic Party's presumptive nominee for President - the first woman to do so of any major political party in the United States(US).
And so it has come to past that on this seventh day of June, 2016, and eight years since the historic nomination of Barack Obama as the first Black President of the US, members of the Democratic Party are again creating history with the nomination of Hillary Clinton, allowing for her election as the first woman President of the US.
The Associated Press(AP) broke Clinton's mathematical achievement late last night on the eve of primaries today in six-states including delegate-rich California with 475 democratic delegates. The other states are New Jersey, Montana, New Mexico, North and South Dakota. A total of 694 democratic delegates are at stake today, and in spite of the outcome of any victories by the presumptive nominee or by her opponent Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton will finish this day as the first woman presumptive nominee for President of the United States of America.
As confirmed by the AP, Clinton has reached the magic number of 2,383 delegates needed to win the Democratic Party nomination. Hence, by tomorrow morning, Senator Bernie Sanders could return to his home-state of Vermont to thank his Vermonters and his other national supporters as he endorses Hillary Clinton for President asking that his backers retain party unity in also supporting Clinton's historic run for President against the acidic Republican Donald Trump.