Two days ago, Hillary won big victories in Ohio, Texas, and Rhode Island, sending a clear message that her campaign would continue and that her support is strong. Neither candidate can win the nomination without the support of super delegates, and the national popular vote is essentially tied. While a long primary season generates great press for Democratic issues, at the end of the day the party must be united, and increasingly there is only one clear path to that goal: a joint ticket with both top Democrats.
Whether you think Hillary or Obama should be at the top of the ticket, join me in calling for a respectful primary campaign through Pennsylvania, and for a resolution that we can all be proud of. Together, we can unite the party, translating these enormous voter turnouts to a landslide win in November.