Bernie Sanders isn’t gonna win South Carolina tomorrow…
We survey the stories about him today as he aims at Super Tuesday …
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is putting a focus on key Super Tuesday states that will vote just three days after South Carolina’s primary, underscoring how he believes a good night on March 3 could make him the runaway favorite for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Sanders has already visited all but a handful of the 14 Super Tuesday states, and he’ll campaign at a rapid clip across the country in the final hours before March 3.
The Vermont senator will spend Friday and Saturday in Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s home state of Massachusetts before campaigning in Virginia on Saturday night.
Sunday is reserved for rallies in California, the most delegate-rich state in the nation, where he’ll be joined by iconic rap group Public Enemy, legendary actor Dick Van Dyke and comedian Sarah Silverman at rallies in Los Angeles and San Jose.
On Monday, Sanders will hit Utah and Minnesota, where popular folk singer Nathaniel Rateliff will perform for him in St. Paul. He’ll spend Election Day in his home state of Vermont, another Super Tuesday state that he’ll likely win big.
“We’re poised to do well on Super Tuesday,” Sanders told volunteers on an organizing call on Thursday….
A new poll finds Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) opening up a two-to-one lead over this next closest rival in California, the critical Super Tuesday state with the most delegates at stake.
The latest Los Angeles Times-Berkeley IGS poll finds Sanders at 34 percent support, followed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) at 17 percent, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at 12 percent, former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 11 percent, former Vice President Joe Biden at 8 percent and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) at 6 percent.
Candidates must hit a 15 percent support threshold statewide or in congressional districts to be eligible for delegates….
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has a double-digit lead in Colorado over his fellow Democratic presidential candidates ahead of the state’s Super Tuesday primary election, according to a new poll released Wednesday.
Sanders, who won the 2016 Colorado caucus, garnered support from 27 percent of Democratic and unaffiliated likely primary voters in the poll conducted by Magellan Strategies. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) trailed Sanders by 12 points with 15 percent of support from poll respondents.