Bernie Sanders is Going Down Fighting, And He’s Taking Clinton With Him

Democrats never thought it would come to this, but here we are: The last Super Tuesday of the presidential election year is upon us, and both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are both in the race. It’s no doubt a frustrating moment for the party. On the one hand, after her win in Puerto Rico’s…
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Republicans’ Massive Turnout Advantage Has Top Democrats Concerned

Super Tuesday was defined by two names: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Both galloped to huge wins in key states, padding their delegate counts, and were vaulted into clear frontrunner status for their party’s respective nomination. But those personalities subsumed what could be a more important storyline: The enthusiasm gap. Across the board, Democrat turnout…
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From “Feel the Bern” to “Settle for Hillary”

It was fun while it lasted, but Bernie Sanders’ improbable rise was followed by a predictable slide, which now threatens to become an avalanche. For a while, Senator Sanders seemed as though he was catching lightning in a bottle. His singular, impassioned focus on income inequality and his willingness to unload on Wall Street banks…
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