Why is Hillary Clinton the only woman nominated for president?

News24, August 26, 2020 (US) It has been almost two months since former President Barack Obama’s second inauguration, and Hillary Clinton is still on the ballot.

As of now, Clinton has been the Democratic nominee in four of the six states that have held primaries and caucuses for the party’s presidential nomination.

While there are some states that are still to vote, there is no sign that the Clinton campaign is losing momentum.

In fact, Clinton is in a virtual tie with Bernie Sanders in Iowa, according to a recent poll from ABC News.

In the remaining states, Clinton holds a slight edge over Sanders in the RealClearPolitics average.

Sanders has gained in Iowa and New Hampshire, and Clinton’s lead is growing.

The former secretary of state is also in a strong position in the states that she has held primaries or caucuses since November 2016, according the Real Clear Politics average.

The Real ClearPolitics average currently shows Clinton ahead of Sanders in each of those states by an average of 11 points.

In each of the four states, there are still significant numbers of people who are undecided about who they will support in the general election.

In New Hampshire and Iowa, for example, Clinton leads Sanders by nearly 15 points.

There are also some states where there is a significant amount of enthusiasm for the candidates, like in Pennsylvania and Virginia.

Clinton has a strong lead in Pennsylvania, and she is still winning the race in Virginia, according CNN exit polls.

Trump is struggling to recover from his controversial comments about Judge Gonzalo Curiel in a court deposition, and his poll numbers are down.

His support is down in Pennsylvania but up in Virginia.

But he is still ahead in New Hampshire.

Trump’s poll numbers have been down in each state that he has held a primary or caucus, and he has a slight lead in Virginia and New Jersey.

Clinton’s support is up in New York, and her lead is still growing.

Trump still has a lead in the state that will determine the Republican nomination, but his support is still falling in Pennsylvania.

The Democratic primary is set for April 26 in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, with Trump, who has been widely criticized for his comments about Curiel, running against Clinton.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.