There is no way Hillary or Barack can win with only pledged delegates from contested states. CNN's John King went through all the electoral arithmetic last night. Even if either candidate won every primary, including yesterday's, with 70%, the apportionment rules for delegates prevent anyone from getting to the number needed for the nomination. That did not happen, which raises the percentage even higher. Would revotes in Florida and Michigan remove the reliance on the super-Ds? Probably not. Dan is right, whoever has the most popular votes will have the strongest claim. So bring on the post- Pennsylvania battles - Indiana, South Dakota, Puerto Rico and Guam! (Plus a few others....)But South Dakota, Puerto Rico and Guam are so 'little'!