Adam Johnson

Fair & Accuracy in Reporting

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Contributor to Fair & Accuracy in Reporting, a left-leaning media watchdog group

Adam Johnson on KCRW

Counts of delegates chosen so far for the Democratic convention tell the story of this year's campaign: Hillary Clinton has won the nomination.

Bernie Sanders' Math and Media Problems

Counts of delegates chosen so far for the Democratic convention tell the story of this year's campaign: Hillary Clinton has won the nomination.

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