What do Biden's wins mean for the Sanders campaign's future?
Wednesday, 11 March 2020 As of Tuesday night’s primary elections, former Vice President Joe Biden leads Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders by 150 delegates, making it a difficult road ahead for the latter campaign. Sanders supporter Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called it a “tough night” on Instagram. CBS News political contributors Robby Mook and Terry Sullivan weigh in on the path forward for both campaigns on “CBS This Morning.”
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...
The coronavirus pandemic has caused millions of Americans to lose their jobs.
And according to Business Insider, that means those same Americans are likely to lose their health insurance, too.
Bernie Sanders embattle campaign for the Democratic nomination is pressing onward.
Politico reports that Sanders is not dropping out and will remain in the race "perhaps remaining in the presidential..
Democratic presidential primaries in four states are set for Tuesday despite growing worries about the coronavirus outbreak, which has prompted other states to... Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India •NYTimes.com