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Biden Campaign Cements Strong Position With More Wins; Sanders' Path Narrows

NPR Wednesday, 11 March 2020
Joe Biden increased his delegate lead with the March 10 primaries, and a top Democratic superPAC concluded he's on track for the nomination. Bernie Sanders didn't say what's next for him.
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Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders prepared for the upcoming elections in the Midwest. While Sanders began leading the party’s race, Biden surpassed his delegate count on Super Tuesday. According to Reuters, Biden’s campaign said he raised about $22 million in five...

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