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April 27, 2016 9:56 am

Hillary Clinton Shifts Focus to Fall Election as She Pulls Away From Bernie Sanders

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Hillary Clinton won a series of primaries on Tuesday. Photo: Gage Skimdore via Wikimedia Commons.

Hillary Clinton won a series of primaries on Tuesday. Photo: Gage Skimdore via Wikimedia Commons.

After months of trying to sideline an unexpectedly deft and well-financed liberal opponent, Hillary Clinton on Tuesday won a series of primaries that freed her to present herself as the de facto victor of the Democratic nomination fight and gave her the impetus to shift focus decisively toward the November election.

Now all but certain to clinch the Democratic nomination, Mrs. Clinton will continue to face Mr. Sanders’s criticism, but is expected to move swiftly to claim an early advantage against the leading Republican candidate, Donald J. Trump. Her advisers and allies say she will spend the coming weeks honing her message for the general election, and ramping up fund-raising efforts that have lagged in the face of Mr. Sanders’s challenge.

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