Biden Racks Up A Series Of Unexpected Wins In Places Likes Texas, Minnesota And Massachusetts

Biden Racks Up A Series Of Unexpected Wins In Places Likes Texas, Minnesota And Massachusetts

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Biden Racks Up A Series Of Unexpected Wins In Places Likes Texas, Minnesota And Massachusetts

Joe Biden racked up a series of unexpected wins in places likes Texas, Minnesota and Massachusetts and kept it relatively close in California -- producing a delegate lead for the former vice president heading into Super Tuesday II tomorrow.

The electorate 70%+ white and more than one-third white non-college-educatedshould favor Sanders' demonstrated base of support. And it's more than just the raw numbers. The dominant story in the national news media since Super Tuesday is of an energized Biden buoyed by the support of many of his former rivals including, most recently, Sens. Kamala Harris (California) and Cory Booker (New Jersey).

If Sanders loses Michigan by a wide margin and several post-Super Tuesday polls suggest that is what will happen  while also losing badly in places like Mississippi, which also votes on Tuesday, the Vermont senator could find himself in a deeply unenviable position: too far behind Biden in the delegate chase to make a reasonable case to all but his most loyal supporters that he has a chance to make a comeback.
                                     
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