Said Clinton, "We will unify our party to win this election; no matter if you support me or Sanders, there is much more that unites us than divides us."
Her acceptability and in some cases support by right wing extremism was exposed in the media on Sunday, but such support for Clinton is not entirely new.
Even without list purges, New York State makes it difficult for people to vote, especially in primaries.
Can unity be maintained while the Sanders and Hillary Clinton campaigns compete with each other for delegates in upcoming primaries and caucuses?
Bernie Sanders made a special appeal to union members, who for years have been the target of attacks by right-wing Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.
A three-judge federal court at Jackson, Miss., outlawed Mississippi's $2 poll tax as a voting requirement for state and federal elections.
The Republican candidates are all about self-aggrandizement, tearing each other apart like kids in a vicious playground fight.
Spring came early in Maryland this year - the pollen count is sky high, a G.I. flu has broken out, and there is a red hot election going on.
The 2016 presidential campaign has revealed previously submerged splits within two major groups of religiously oriented voters.
It has become increasingly possible that we are witnessing the death throes of the Republican Party as we have known it.