The Democratic party is now divided between a progressive candidate and a moderate.
The contest for the Democratic nomination involved nearly three dozen candidates at one point.
Only a handful are still officially in the race. But just two have the best chance of winning the nomination. Joe Biden won most of the Super Tuesday primaries and took over the delegate lead from Senator Bernie Sanders.
To discuss all of this:
- Mary C. Curtis is a columnist for the political publication Roll Call.
- Spencer Critchley is a strategist for the Democratic Party.
- Brandon Brice is the host of the radio show Straight Talk.
- Brian Becker is the Executive Director of the ANSWER Coalition.
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Super Tuesday weakened Bernie Sanders.
Michigan may break him https://t.co/uX61NLRFfi
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"It is insane, but it’s worth it." Hervis Rogers has two jobs, and couldn't reach his Texas polling site until just before the cutoff Tuesday night. Six hours later, after midnight, he cast his ballot. He was due back at work at 6 a.m. @HoustonPubMedia https://t.co/CgAviwibzz
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