Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton arrives on stage for a rally at Long Beach City College on the final day of California campaigning, June 6, 2016 in Long Beach, California. AFP / JONATHAN ALCORN
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Hillary Clinton has reached the number of delegates needed to capture the Democratic U.S. presidential nomination, according to tallies by two U.S. media outlets, as she and rival Bernie Sanders face off on Tuesday in contests in six states.A former senator and U.S. secretary of state, Clinton would be the first woman to ever be the presidential candidate of a major political party in the country's history.Clinton has continued to edge out Sanders, particularly among older voters with longer ties to the Democratic party.Sanders, meanwhile, campaigned in the San Francisco Bay Area.Those who have decided not to support Clinton are split on what to do if Sanders quits the race. Some may cross party lines and vote for Trump, but many others appear to be interested in a third-party candidate. Some 27 percent of Sanders' supporters said in May that they would vote for neither candidate or another alternative.
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