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Bernie Sanders Could Be Setting Up for a Very Strong Finish and a Huge Winning Streak

According to polls Bernie Sanders could have a major comeback and meet or beat Clinton in pledged delegates.

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Bernie Sanders has won more states than Hillary Clinton, she’s just won larger in more populous or states with more delegates. However things are shaping up where Bernie Sanders could have a very huge comeback and winning streak.

The majority of polls are showing that Bernie Sanders is set for a major winning streak to end the current primary season. Bernie Sanders has fallen a bit behind with a deficit of roughly 300 pledged delegates, but Bernie Sanders has been undeterred and has said that he is in this until the convention.

Bernie Sanders has very good odds in West Virginia where many coal miners feel that Hillary Clinton is not looking out for their best interest. The New York post noted that a win in West Virginia would give Bernie Sanders the momentum needed to continue and win even more states in May and June. Recent polling shows that in West Virginia Sanders is polling at 47% to Clinton’s 44%.

Politico also recently noted that Bernie Sanders is poised for a huge victory in Oregon and though he’s the underdog in Kentucky, they too have roots in the coal industry which Clinton has opposition to.

It’s still a very small chance that he pulls ahead by the convention – it would frankly take a miracle. But the more delegates he gets the bigger his voice and opposition will be at the National Convention when the party sets it’s official platform. It’ll also give super delegates something to think about when they honestly think about who will be most likely to defeat Donald Trump in the fall.

Polls still show Bernie behind in California but there have been record breaking numbers of new voter registrations which would bode well for the Senator from Vermont. It’s still a small chance that he wins by delegates alone, but there’s still the matter of Hillary Clinton’s email servers, and whether an indictment would convince super delegates to back Bernie as the better option to defeat Donald Trump.

Right now it’s already going to be a contested election. Neither candidate will have enough pledged delegates to win. It will come down to super delegates to make the best decision. We just need to give them a reason to choose Bernie over Hillary – it won’t be easy, but it can be done.

 


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  • Bud Meyers

    I like the “tone” of your article, as I’m a big Bernie fan…but I don’t know how you figure Bernie has won more States…

    • Bud Meyers

      18 Bernie North of the Mason-Dixon Line
      0 Bernie in the South
      18 total so far

      11 Clinton North of the Mason-Dixon Line
      12 Clinton in the South
      23 total so far

      23 Clinton
      18 Sanders
      41 States that voted so far

      9 States yet to vote and D.C. (doesn’t include territories)

      • 4everfailte

        I think it’s time for #feelthebern to switch to #feelthemath

        • Buck Rogers

          How about the math of all the Independent votes that the Democratic party has rejected via closed primaries and voter purges etc? If they were allowed to vote Bernie would be winning by around 3 million votes – how about that math.

    • djende

      same boat here Bud

  • websamurai

    My problem is that all those going to rallies do not all go to the polls, had they done that, Bernie would have been the nominee already.

    • JT Bedard

      Look up exit polling. They did go to vote. The voting results are not what they seem.

      • Lady Willpower

        Here we go again…

      • dancerboots

        According to the exit poll by ABC after Super Tuesday…although millennials are double in number to seniors…they voted percentage wise fairly close…(around) 18%. Statistics have shown the more one ages, the more they are likely to register and vote.

    • Debbietee

      Well, keep in mind that with many states having closed primaries, the people who were Independents could not vote in those. Plus so much election shenanigans.

      • websamurai

        I know, I changed my registration to dem just to vote Sanders, I’ll change it back to Indy.

      • 4everfailte

        Yes, independents in some states are not allowed to vote for a party nominee unless they are a registered member of the party. That’s how it works and the longstanding rules were well known to Bernie & his campaign. They just did a very poor job of letting his supporters know about the rules that were in place for YEARS prior to his candidacy. Clinton leads Sanders by 3 million actual votes and nearly 300 PLEDGED delegates and she leads Trump by 1.5 million votes. Sanders TRAILS Trump in actual votes by 1.5 million votes.

        We don’t elect based on POLLS, we elect based on actual VOTES, and Bernie Sanders is way behind both Clinton & Trump.

        #feelthemath

        • jpt1953

          Doesn’t make sense to try and compare the amount of votes for Trump vs. Clinton and Sanders. Unlike Clinton and Sanders, Trump was running against a lot more candidates and that splits the vote more than just running against one opponent.

        • John Price

          That’s a nice fantasy world you have there. It’d be a shame if anything were to happen to it. Here’s a little more math for you:

          Republicans comprise 25% of the total electorate. She’s not getting many of those votes. Independents comprise 40% of the total electorate. 75% of them support Trump. That’s 30% of the total electorate, or 55% of the vote that DOESN’T go to Hillary. Now add in the 40% of registered Democrats who are Bernie supporters, 40% of whom have pledged never to vote for Hillary under any circumstances for another 16% of the total electorate and we’re now at 71% of the total electorate Not voting for Hillary. I don’t believe any candidate has ever lost that badly. And it’s all due to the extremely nasty political chicanery and election fraud perpetrated by the Hillary campaign and the DNC. Good luck with that.

  • dancerboots

    Since HRC is not being investigated and the FBI is not conducting a criminal investigation…not sure why so called news organizations keep reporting the lie she may be indicted.
    The FBI (actually the OIG agency….Inspector Generals) are conducting an inquiry into her e-mails along with the three previous Secretaries of State and John Kerry as to classified information. Colin Powell and Condoleeza Rice correspondence showed top secret information as well. Also surveyed was the possibility of hacking. None was found…

    • kickapoogirl

      What they are investigating is the collusion between donations to the Clinton Foundation from foreign nations, in exchange for approval of arms deals. You know, that kind of thing someone with principles wouldn’t do.

    • Eileen Stewart

      So.. you are a denier, eh? Hillary calls it a security inquiry and.. hey, You believe her. The head of the FBI, Comey calls it a criminal investigation. Deny it all you want, Hillary is under INVESTIGATION cause she’s a criminal and serial liar.

      • John Price

        Comey actually said he’s never heard the term “security inquiry”, which Hillary has coined herself to minimize the importance of the ongoing criminal investigation by calling it something seemingly innocuous. The FBI does not do “inquiries”. They do criminal investigations. Oddly enough, Loretta Lynch has adopted the non-existent term as well. Lynch is the Attorney General to whom the FBI will refer it’s criminal findings. Is the fix in?