Maria Elena Durazo

Democratic National Committee

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Vice Chair of the Democratic Party, a superdelegate, and a Los Angeles labor leader

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Clearly some Sanders supporters are not ready to give up the fight, though a recent Pew poll showed 90 percent of Sanders supporters would vote for Hillary Clinton.

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Bernie Sanders upset Hillary Clinton in Michigan last night, but despite the surprise victory, the delegate math is still not in his favor.

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Bernie Sanders upset Hillary Clinton in Michigan last night, but despite the surprise victory, the delegate math is still not in his favor.

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Maria Elena Durazo has been President of the LA County Federation of Labor since 2005. The daughter of Mexican immigrants, she now leads more than 600,000 union members here in LA.

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Maria Elena Durazo has been President of the LA County Federation of Labor since 2005. The daughter of Mexican immigrants, she now leads more than 600,000 union members here in LA.

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