On Super Tuesday III, Biden Outshines Sanders by Significant Margins

Before the votes were cast last Tuesday, former Vice President Joseph Biden led Vermont Senator Bernard Sanders in polls in Florida, Illinois, and Arizona. After several weeks of disappointing results, the Sanders campaign is all but dead in the water as the march to the Democratic presidential nomination continues. As the complete results are available,… Read More On Super Tuesday III, Biden Outshines Sanders by Significant Margins

Biden Routs Sanders on Super Tuesday II, Clearing a Path to the Nomination; More States Vote Tomorrow

If the Sanders’ campaign hoped for a late comeback on Super Tuesday II, it fell short, especially in states where it found success in 2016. In the last cycle former Secretary Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernard Sanders (I-Vt) nearly split the vote in Michigan’s primary, but Sanders inched ahead with a slight 1.5% victory. While… Read More Biden Routs Sanders on Super Tuesday II, Clearing a Path to the Nomination; More States Vote Tomorrow

All Eyes are on Nevada as Caucus Begins

According to July 2019 data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the white populations of Iowa and New Hampshire are 90.7% & 93.2% respectively. Tonight’s caucus and next week’s Primary in South Carolina contain the highest number of minority votes, specifically 29% Latino in Nevada and 27% Black in South Carolina. As the campaigns drive on… Read More All Eyes are on Nevada as Caucus Begins