Low-Polling Dems Deserting on Eve of ‘Super Tuesday’, by Chad Groening, Jody Brown

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By Chad Groening, Jody Brown, OneNewsNow, March 2, 2020

“Super Tuesday” could be make-or-break for the few candidates left vying for the Democratic presidential nomination – and the attrition rate over the last two days appears to suggest Democrats are worried that left-leaning Bernie Sanders, the current front-runner, could actually take the prize.

A candidate needs 1,991 pledged delegates on the first ballot to secure the Democratic Party’s nomination for president. More than 1,350 delegates are at stake tomorrow when Democrats in 14 states go to the polls and have their say in determining who will be their party’s flag-bearer against President Donald Trump in November.

Some say it now has boiled down to a two-man race – Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) vs. former Vice President Joe Biden – although at least two other hopefuls would probably argue otherwise. Both former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg and Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) are trailing but are still showing double-digits in nationwide polling, according to RealClearPolitics. ….

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