With all the animosity and fervor on the right between the top two candidates now, everyone expects a contested GOP convention where things will get crazy in selecting a nominee.
We all expect back room deals, underhanded plays and lots of yelling, but it isn’t looking like the GOP will provide the fireworks we thought we would see this summer.
Instead, it looks like the Democratic Party is going into their convention in July with a mess on their hands.
If Donald Trump wins Indiana today, there is no hope for Ted Cruz and John Kasich and it looks like Trump will cruise his way to securing the 1,237 delegates he needs to win the nomination.
On the other hand, now that Bernie Sanders won’t go away and while he is building a huge amount of grassroots support, Hillary has had fewer voters come out to vote for her than 2008 when she lost to Barrack Obama.
There are serious problems for the Democrats now and it has nothing to do with Hillary’s criminal investigation by the FBI. The problem is that Bernie Sanders is coming out of nowhere as a serious contender against “the chosen one”, Hillary Clinton.
Bernie believes there will be a contested convention and he explains why.
This election cycle has been so unique that a contested convention almost sounds normal.
Nothing is set in stone, and after tonight we will know a lot more about how the Republican Party is going to deal with Donald Trump. But we have a long way to go until the Democrats picked their candidate. Bernie isn’t going anywhere.
Do you think the Democrats are going to have a contested convention?