Hillary Clinton has won 6,505,231 votes to Obama’s 5,983,422 — a margin of 521,809 votes.
"You learned the hard way what happens when your votes aren't counted and the candidate with fewer votes is declared the winner," Clinton said.At a rally in Boca Raton, FL Senator Clinton warned her party had deprived voters of basic rights by stripping Florida and Michigan of national convention delegates over a scheduling dispute.
"The lesson of 2000 here in Florida is crystal-clear: if any votes aren't counted, the will of the people is not realized and our democracy is diminished."
Florida in 2000 should be a reminder to the Democratic Party that it should not ignore those voters again, and that the election recount there made a very strong case for seating Florida’s delegates now. She called it a matter of “principle” for Democratic party leaders to consider.