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Mar 26 - NY Times Reports: Bernie Sanders to win Democratic Nomination... If
 

 
If he can keep this up




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Senator Bernie Sanders has won the Alaska Democratic caucuses, according to The a.ssociated Press, one of three contests on Saturday that could give his campaign a fresh burst of momentum heading into the Midwest and Northeast primaries next month.

Democrats in Washington and Hawaii were also voting Saturday in the last contests of March.

Washington, the largest prize of the day with 101 delegates in play, and Alaska, with 16 delegates, held caucuses, essentially local voting meetings: the kind of contests where Mr. Sanders has done well. Both states also have relatively low percentages of black and Hispanic voters, two groups that have favored Hillary Clinton this year.

Hawaii Democrats are awarding 25 delegates based on a “presidential preference poll,” a hybrid event in which voters show up at a scheduled meeting, like a caucus, but vote by secret ballot, like a primary.


Republicans are not holding any contests today. The next nominating battle for both parties will be the April 5 primaries in Wisconsin.

Mr. Sanders thrashed Mrs. Clinton in the caucuses in Idaho and Utah on Tuesday, by 57 and 59 percentage points, respectively, and his campaign anticipated similar results Saturday. Mrs. Clinton will have a chance to regain momentum, and a wash of delegates, when the Democratic primary moves to her adoptive home state, New York, on April 19.

“We’ve carried 11 states up to now, and with your help at the caucus on Saturday we’re going to win Washington,” Mr. Sanders told 7,000 people at a rally Thursday in Yakima, Wash., where Yakama Nation tribal dancers performed and supporters stomped their feet and banged on drums. “And if we can do well in Washington, do well in Hawaii, do well in Alaska, we have a road to victory.”

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Senator Bernie Sanders during a rally in Portland, Ore., on Friday. Mr. Sanders thrashed Hillary Clinton in the caucuses in Idaho and Utah on Tuesday. Credit Steve Dykes/Associated Press
But the realities of the map mean that even a sweep on Saturday may not do much to bridge his divide with Mrs. Clinton, who has 300 more so-called pledged delegates, based on voting, and 400 more “superdelegates,” party leaders and elected officials, than Mr. Sanders.

The string of victories and favorable states for Mr. Sanders can, however, serve an important purpose in keeping his campaign viable, with his newly emboldened supporters continuing to donate online and Mr. Sanders drawing huge crowds like the more than 15,000 people who came out to hear him speak in Seattle on Friday.

Mr. Sanders’s rally on Friday just over the state line in Portland, Ore., went viral after a sparrow perched on the candidate’s podium, prompting the hashtag #BirdieSanders. “I think there may be some symbolism here,” Mr. Sanders said to a roar of applause.

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Hillary Clinton at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles on Thursday. With Mr. Sanders laser-focused on income inequality and taking on Wall Street, Mrs. Clinton has continued to reach out to working-class voters. Credit Monica Almeida/The New York Times
Lately on the campaign trail, Mrs. Clinton, bracing for some losses in the caucus states, seemed to have grown annoyed by the running commentary that Mr. Sanders’s campaign has drawn from more enthusiastic supporters. “I totally respect the passion of my opponent’s supporters, absolutely respect it,” Mrs. Clinton said while campaigning in Washington on Tuesday.

“And here’s what I want you to know,” she continued, “I have, as of now, gotten more votes than anybody else, including Donald Trump. I have gotten 2.6 million more votes than Bernie Sanders” and “have a bigger lead in pledged delegates, the ones you win from people voting, than Barack Obama had at this time in 2008.”

Mrs. Clinton has shifted her focus and her words to taking on the Republicans in November, but Mr. Sanders’s proven influence over liberal voters she would need in a general election has made her calibrate her messages on both domestic and foreign policy.


With Mr. Sanders laser-focused on income inequality and taking on Wall Street, Mrs. Clinton has continued to reach out to working-class voters, including holding a rally on Tuesday at a machinists and aerospace workers union hall at the Boeing factory in Everett, Wash.

“I was made an honorary machinist some years ago, so I feel a particular connection here to my brothers and sisters in the machinists,” she told the crowd. “I am no person new to this struggle. I am not the latest flavor of the month. I have been doing this work day in and day out for years.”

She also spoke of her support for the Export-Import bank, the government-backed agency that provides low-interest loans to help companies doing international business, like Boeing, and which Mr. Sanders has opposed as “corporate welfare.”

And as Mrs. Clinton sought to demonstrate her toughness and preparedness to be commander in chief in response to the terrorist attacks in Brussels on Tuesday, she also had to avoid inflaming liberal primary voters who still a.ssociate her with her Senate vote to authorize the Iraq war.

On Wednesday, Mrs. Clinton said the responses to the Brussels attacks by the leading Republican candidates, Donald J. Trump and Senator Ted Cruz, amounted to “reckless actions” that would alienate American allies, demonize Muslims and embolden Russia.

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bluehefner96 79 heat pts79
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I think we getting our a.ss kicked in N.Y. That's gonna hurt.

He can make Cali a tight race by time the primary comes around.

But he needs blowouts.

Oh, and fu*k u for this title. We don't need corny a.ss Hillary heads laughing at us; we know in order to win this we need a GOAT comeback.
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“I was made an honorary machinist some years ago, so I feel a particular connection here to my brothers and sisters in the machinists,”






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 bluehefner96 said:
I think we getting our a.ss kicked in N.Y. That's gonna hurt.

He can make Cali a tight race by time the primary comes around.

But he needs blowouts.

Oh, and fu*k u for this title. We don't need corny a.ss Hillary heads laughing at us; we know in order to win this we need a GOAT comeback.
Isn't Bernie up in NY according to polls? People are expecting him to crush Hillary in Cali too. I don't honk Hillary is favored in anymore states Bernie just won Washington by over 60 pts.
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Gonna vote for him in NY
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 10 months ago '12        #6
AlBooBoo 15 heat pts15
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Bern will get my vote


Come back season
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JohnDoe 205 heat pts205
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fu*k him and his company he decided to work for. fu*k the other side too. Id rather vote for John Mcafee if Im looking for a fu*king loon to run my government.
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#HardonHillary2k16
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Y'all go out there & vote .. Bernie2016
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Bernie over there like DJ Khaled tonight...another one!


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that bird is going to change a lot of people's minds.....
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tupacnasfan 48 heat pts48
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I Don't think so, hildabeast is still in the lead, she is closer to getting the nomination, then she will lose in the primaries to trump.
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The Scenario 37 heat pts37
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Beast Bernie.
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 The Scenario said:
Beast Bernie.

I Could care less, Bernie will still lose, because he is a shill to the U.N.

Trump is airing out the U.N. as we speak.


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Thread title got me screaming

So basically he has to win the remaining states by a 70%-30% margin and he "got this"

He running out of states with almost 90% white hippie populations

What's left? Oregon

Even if he wins states like NY or Cali, it won't be by more than 5% (like the majority of his wins)

That ain't gonna cut it. He's done.
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Socialism never worked and it never will.
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 bobbysteels18 said:
Socialism never worked and it never will.
As if any system ever had the chance to work in it's pure form.
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Kadillac87 212 heat pts212
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Never voting for Bernie. Only broke niggss with nothing to lose agree with his crazy plans of taxation. I should pay 10K more in taxes on sh*t I don't use? Yeah right


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Just BizNis 63 heat pts63
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 Kadillac87 said:
Never voting for Bernie. Only broke niggss with nothing to lose agree with his crazy plans of taxation. I should pay 10K more in taxes on sh*t I don't use? Yeah right


sh*t you don't use? Like Healthcare, education, and infrastructure
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Kadillac87 212 heat pts212
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 Just BizNis said:
sh*t you don't use? Like Healthcare, education, and infrastructure
I already have education. Why should I pay more for somebody else to go to college for free? This extra money in taxes wiping out my student loans? Or I'm gonna have to pay more for the "greater good" while having less to pay the commitments I already owe. Again, 10K more in taxes for things I have no use for. Sounds like a deal to me.


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