Clinton supporters prefer Clinton concede?
An article today indicates that a couple of prominent Hillary supporters are apparently hoping the NY Senator will not try to win the nomination either by having the Superdelegates overturn a popular vote, nor by having Florida and Michigan's delegates seated.
Even some of her own supporters realize the detrimental effect these moves would have on the party, and are hoping she will either win the popular vote outright, or allow the popular vote to prevail. Harlem Representative and Hillary supporter Charles Rangel said, "The people's will is what's going to prevail at the convention." And pro-Hillary Senator Charles Schumer remarked, "I don't think either candidate wants - or can even get away with - forcing their will."
These sentiments grant credence to the growing theory that the Democratic Party will act in some way to ensure that the nomination is neither won nor lost strictly on the basis of the Superdelegate vote or on the basis of some other contested technicality.