Don't let TV networks suppress the vote on Tuesday

MSNBC's Chris Matthews recently declared that on Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. Eastern time, MSNBC and other TV networks plan "to announce that Hillary Clinton has now gotten over the top, that she will have won the nomination in numbers. It's done."*

In reality, Clinton can't reach a delegate majority unless "superdelegates" vote, and they can't vote until July.

To TV News Executives (at MSNBC, NBC, CNN, Fox News, ABC, CBS):

We urge you NOT to suppress the vote on Tuesday evening by making the false and anti-democratic declaration that the Democratic nominee has been determined — unless a candidate has actually won 2,383 pledged delegates.



176-200 of 17379 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
17204 2.4 years ago Allison Lesch St Louis, MO
17203 2.4 years ago Jessica Martinson San Juan Bautista, CA
17202 2.4 years ago Todd Provost Woonsocket, RI
17201 2.4 years ago Mr and Mrs Richard N. Huff Fort Wayne, IN
17200 2.4 years ago Daisy Gardeazabal Los Angeles, CA
17199 2.4 years ago Vanessa Carlson Centerville, SD
17198 2.4 years ago Cassie Kamradt Novi, MI
17197 2.4 years ago Catherine Seymour-Grossjan Sacramento, CA There ought to be a massive voter revolt over the way Bernie Sanders has been treated! Cheated!!
17196 2.4 years ago Eileen Pritzker Sarasota , FL It is way toooo early to declare a winner - it is not for anyone to say at this point!!!
17195 2.4 years ago Marjorie Wing Lansing, MI
17194 2.4 years ago Barbara Trumbull Montague, CA
17193 2.4 years ago Keith Eagle Salisbury, MD
17192 2.4 years ago Joyce Durkin Mountville, PA
17191 2.4 years ago Ronald Mogen Forsyth, MT
17190 2.4 years ago Annemarie Dolores Regallis Port St. Lucie, FL
17189 2.4 years ago Lydia Alvarez HAYWARD, CA
17188 2.4 years ago Jeffrey Hemenez San Ramon, CA
17187 2.4 years ago Jonathan Goldsmith Manchester Center, VT
17186 2.4 years ago Debra Lane Fort Bragg, CA
17185 2.4 years ago Ronald Harley Woalnutport, PA Bernie still ca n win
17184 2.4 years ago Karen Harter Portland, OR Review what the first premise of journalism is. Objectivity. Your job is not to project what has not yet happened. Your practice makes one wonder how you are controlled by corporate greed.
17183 2.4 years ago Anonymous CHARLOTTE, NC
17182 2.4 years ago Jeanne Racine Lake Geneva, WI
17181 2.4 years ago Karen Darnell Crown Point, IN I am tired of corporate media not presenting the real news. Thought this was supposed to be a country for all.
17180 2.4 years ago Jeffrey Hemenez San Ramon, CA
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* Shaun King: "TV networks are ready to give Hillary Clinton a premature victory" (N.Y. Daily News