Super Tuesday falling out

Michael Bloomberg

Amy B. Wang and Michael Scherer, “Mike Bloomberg is suspending his presidential campaign, says he’s endorsing Biden,” Washington Post, March 4, 2020, https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/mike-bloomberg-drops-out-of-presidential-race/2020/03/04/62eaa54a-5743-11ea-9000-f3cffee23036_story.html


Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren might endorse Bernie Sanders after all. Or she might stay in the race. Or she still[1] might endorse Joe Biden.[2] Yeah, the Washington Post really did a story that really just boils down to nobody knows what the fuck she’s going to do.

Annie Linskey and Sean Sullivan, “Warren, Sanders allies scramble to find her an exit ramp,” Washington Post, March 4, 2020, https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/warren-to-think-through-her-future-top-aide-says/2020/03/04/bf7d20ca-5e38-11ea-9055-5fa12981bbbf_story.html


Joe Biden

I think Pat the Berner🌹 has a point:

Okay, maybe three years:


Super Tuesday

When I looked this evening, Joe Biden had taken Maine away from Elizabeth Warren and had won 512 delegates from Super Tuesday balloting. Bernie Sanders had won 441, Michael Bloomberg and Elizabeth Warren had each won 53, and Tulsi Gabbard still had only won one. 284 remain to be awarded.[3] Michael Bloomberg is now out,[4] Elizabeth Warren might be headed out, and apparently, Tulsi Gabbard just no longer matters.[5]

Andrew Briz et al., “Joe Biden won 10 states, including Texas. Bernie Sanders won the largest prize of the night: California,” Politico, March 4, 2020, https://www.politico.com/2020-election/results/super-tuesday/


  1. [1]Annie Linskey and Sean Sullivan, “Warren, Sanders allies scramble to find her an exit ramp,” Washington Post, March 4, 2020, https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/warren-to-think-through-her-future-top-aide-says/2020/03/04/bf7d20ca-5e38-11ea-9055-5fa12981bbbf_story.html
  2. [2]Nathan J. Robinson, “Thinking About The Democratic Primary,” Current Affairs, January 15, 2020, https://www.currentaffairs.org/2020/01/thinking-about-the-democratic-primary
  3. [3]Andrew Briz et al., “Joe Biden won 10 states, including Texas. Bernie Sanders won the largest prize of the night: California,” Politico, March 4, 2020, https://www.politico.com/2020-election/results/super-tuesday/
  4. [4]Amy B. Wang and Michael Scherer, “Mike Bloomberg is suspending his presidential campaign, says he’s endorsing Biden,” Washington Post, March 4, 2020, https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/mike-bloomberg-drops-out-of-presidential-race/2020/03/04/62eaa54a-5743-11ea-9000-f3cffee23036_story.html
  5. [5]Annie Linskey and Sean Sullivan, “Warren, Sanders allies scramble to find her an exit ramp,” Washington Post, March 4, 2020, https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/warren-to-think-through-her-future-top-aide-says/2020/03/04/bf7d20ca-5e38-11ea-9055-5fa12981bbbf_story.html

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