by Pam Martens and Russ Martens
Wall Street on Parade
Tomorrow marks the final Super Tuesday of the primary season when voters in six states head to the polls: New Jersey, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, New Mexico and delegate-rich California, with 475 pledged delegates up for grabs in California alone.
As the closely watched California showdown between Senator Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton approaches, with polls showing them running neck and neck, commentary in major newspapers continues to question if Clinton is the right person to lead her party.
Last Tuesday, Douglas Schoen, who was actually a political adviser to President Bill Clinton, wrote in an article in the Wall Street Journal that was headlined “Clinton Might Not Be the Nominee” that a vote on changing the rules on superdelegates at the Democratic convention in July might flip the tables on a Clinton candidacy. Schoen wrote: