Hillary Clinton made history on Tuesday as she crossed the delegate threshold to clinch the democratic nomination. This marks the first time in history that a woman tops a major party ticket for the presidency of the United States.
As of last night the delegate count currently looks like this: Clinton hit that exact number in pledged delegates and super-delegates. Senator Bernie Sanders sits with 1,569. The magic number for the democratic nomination is 2,383.
But, despite this count, Sanders said he isn't ready to throw in the towel.
Joining FOX 7's Mike Warren to discuss this are Manny Garcia, the deputy executive director of the Texas Democratic Party and Matt Mackowiak, G.O.P. consultant.