On Politics: Where Things Stand Before South Carolina

On Politics: Where Things Stand Before South Carolina

The New York Times-US·2020-02-28 12:05

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Where things stand in the race

If you’ve been reading this newsletter, you know that Democratic superdelegates are a freaked-out bunch right about now. Lisa Lerer, your morning newsletter host, and her fellow political reporter Reid J. Epstein spoke to 93 superdelegates over the last few days, and almost all of them said they’re concerned about what a Bernie Sanders candidacy would mean for Democrats’ chances in congressional races. Cue party intrigue over what will happen at the Democratic National Convention, if Sanders does not win an outright majority of pledged delegates.


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