Younger African American voters are more open than their older counterparts to Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I., Vt) presidential campaign, indicating that Hillary Clinton could face problems in states like South Carolina if millennials turn out in large numbers to support her challenger.
Insurgent socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) gave the thumbs up for an imperialist warmonger and fierce critic of socialism on Thursday’s debate.
Nevadans expected to participate in next week’s Democratic presidential caucus are evenly split between the party’s two candidates, according to a new Washington Free Beacon poll.
Maybe nothing’s going to change. Maybe both Sanders and Trump will lose their bids for the nomination, and we’ll all be back where we started. Maybe that time after the New Hampshire results came in, leaving journalists and political operatives to nervously trot out stale jokes like Mencken’s crack about democracy being about the people getting what they want, good and hard—well, maybe that will all one day be nothing more than a memory.
Hillary Clinton may be facing a problem among young black voters in South Carolina, which would hurt her chances of beating Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) decisively in the state’s Democratic primary later this month.