Sen. Bernie Sanders heads into the two final February contests – the Nevada caucuses and the South Carolina primary – with the shine of frontrunner status. The Vermont senator faces a new challenge of competing in states that have far more diverse populations than Iowa and New Hampshire, where he won the popular vote, though is slightly behind South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg in the delegate count. Nevada holds caucuses a week from Saturday, while South Carolina hosts a primary the Saturday after that. In 2016, after coming off a 22 point win in New Hampshire against Hillary Clinton, Sanders lost both states to the eventual Democratic nominee. Sen. Bernie Sanders beat former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary Sen. Bernie Sanders, shown alongside wife Jane Sanders, must now dedicate resources to the next two states: Nevada and South Carolina, while looking ahead to ‘Super Tuesday’ Sen. Bernie Sanders got crushed by Hillary Clinton in South Carolina in 2016, because he only managed to pick up 14 per cent of the black Democratic vote. He also lost Nevada to Clinton, again because she did better than him with African-Americans Sen. Bernie Sanders will be in and out… Read full this story
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