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  1. vision 2020
    Bernie Sanders Was Also Done In by Bad LuckSanders did some things well and a few poorly in his 2020 bid. But from Bloomberg’s crash to the pandemic, some obstacles were out of his control.
  2. vision 2020
    Joe Biden Owes It All to African-American VotersIn retrospect, Biden’s once-improbable nomination was again and again made possible by crucial moments of support from black voters.
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    No, Warren Didn’t Rob Bernie of the NominationContra Trump, Biden’s margin over Sanders exceeded Warren’s total vote in many states, and her supporters’ second-place support was closely divided.
  4. democratic primaries
    Super Tuesday Results 2020: Live UpdatesBiden is projected to win VA, NC, AL, TN, OK, AK, MN, MA, ME, and TX, while Sanders will take CO, VT, UT, and CA.
  5. encounter
    Super Tuesday With Steve Kornacki, MSNBC’s Wonk Superman“He has not stopped. He has not eaten. He’s only been drinking water for the past 18 hours.”
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    This Is Not the Joe Biden You KnowBiden has risen to the top of the Democratic primary on the strength of voters’ feelings about who he is, not the current reality.
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    Bernie’s Revolution Failed. But His Movement Can Still Win.Super Tuesday disproved the senator’s theory of electoral politics. But if the left learns from his mistakes, victory remains possible.
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    There Were Down-Ballot Contests on Super Tuesday, TooFive states had down-ballot races, and some will shape the congressional landscape in November.
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    Biden’s Giant Bounce Suddenly Makes It a Two-Candidate RaceAll the talk of a contested convention is probably moot now.
  10. the national interest
    5 Takeaways From Joe Biden’s Super Tuesday VictoryThe world has turned right-side-up.
  11. vision 2020
    No Marketing Budget Could Sell a Product As Bad As Bloomberg 2020But a less egotistical billionaire may one day put Bloomberg’s blueprint for plutocracy to better use.
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    Bloomberg and Warren in Real Trouble on Super TuesdayBloomberg’s underperforming everywhere, and Warren is running third in her home state.
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    Biden Romping to Big Win in VirginiaIt was an especially inauspicious result for Michael Bloomberg, who has invested in Virginia Democratic politics for years.
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    Texas, Super Tuesday Juggernaut, Is a Voting-Rights NightmareNew analysis from the Guardian shows that Texas leads the American South in poll-site closures since 2012.
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    Bernie Sanders Is Still in a Remarkably Strong PositionSanders is poised to be co-front-runner after Super Tuesday, even in a bad-case scenario. A year ago, socialists would have taken that in heartbeat.
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    Biden Sees Big Polling Surge Heading Into Super TuesdayThe former vice-president’s resurgence could hardly have come at a more fortuitous electoral moment.
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    Buttigieg, Klobuchar, and Beto Endorse Biden in DallasThree former candidates endorsed Biden on Monday, as the former veep consolidates the support of moderate Democrats before Super Tuesday.
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    Five Things to Watch For on Super TuesdayIt’s more complicated than just declaring a winner and some losers.
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    Buttigieg Never Had a Chance Without Non-White VotersMayor Pete’s inability to appeal to a diverse base of support led him to the exit before a full demographic humiliation on Super Tuesday.
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    Will Biden Bounce Past Bloomberg on Super Tuesday?Biden needs to parlay his recent good luck into a larger delegate haul than Bloomberg’s on Super Tuesday and stay competitive with Sanders.
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    Biden South Carolina Win Exceeds ExpectationsA two-to-one win over Sanders that left others in the dust could give Biden a springboard into Super Tuesday as the leading moderate candidate–again.
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    Inside Bloomberg’s $6-Million-a-Day Spoiler CampaignThe ego and the altruism of the would-be savior of the Democratic Party.
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    Buttigieg’s Plan to Stay Alive in the PrimariesButtigieg’s narrow base of support isn’t helping him as the primary map goes national.
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    Biden’s Very Narrow Path to the NominationAfter a good debate performance, Biden has a chance to reestablish himself as the moderate alternative to Sanders if he wins South Carolina.
  25. vision 2020
    The Murky Path Out of Nevada for Candidates Not Named BernieBiden’s still not quite dead, and others have long shots left, but it’s going to be tough to take down the new front-runner.
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    Bernie Wins Big in Nevada CaucusesThe other candidates’ order of finish remains unclear, but Sanders exceeded high expectations.
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    No, Democrats Didn’t ‘Go After the Wrong Guy’ in Las VegasBloomberg’s wallet was as big a threat to other candidates as it was to Bernie, who is the career non-Democrat who best fits today’s Democratic Party.
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    Which Democratic Presidential Candidates Will Survive Until Super Tuesday?It could be lots of candidates, or just two or three, depending on what happens in Nevada and South Carolina.
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    Will Bloomberg Break the Mold and Run a Competent Presidential Campaign?New York mayors, including the current one, who ran for president haven’t done very well. Maybe Bloomberg can do better.
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    Is Iowa a Bad Omen for Biden or Just a Bump in the Road?Biden lucked out of bad Caucus Night headlines, but he needs do to better before colliding with Michael Bloomberg’s wallet.
  31. vision 2020
    If There’s an Anybody-But-Bernie Movement, Who Will Lead It?There are already alarms going up about Bernie Sanders sweeping the first three 2020 contests. But late-primary challenges don’t seem to work.
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    Could Bloomberg’s Billions Boost the Odds of a Contested Convention?If multiple candidates steam towards Super Tuesday, Bloomberg’s massive spending on that and later dates could make forming a majority tough.
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    How Bloomberg Could Shake the 2020 Race on Super TuesdayThe billionaire probably can’t win the nomination, but his monstrous spending could create big problems for survivors of the early state contests.
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    Which Rival Will Bloomberg Go After in His ‘Massive’ Ad Buy?A huge initial buy for the former New York mayor will probably target Trump — but a shot at Warren or Sanders wouldn’t be surprising.
  35. impeachment
    Could a Long Impeachment Trial Derail the Senators Running for President?If a Trump trial happens in prime presidential caucus-and-primary season, candidates could be imprisoned in the Senate.
  36. vision 2020
    Biden Planning One-on-One Showdown With WarrenBiden’s plan for a Super Tuesday “firewall” in case he loses early isn’t novel. But for previous presidential candidates, it meant defeat.
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    Can Biden Lose the First Two States and Still Win the Nomination?Nobody’s done it before, but it’s possible, albeit perilous. Biden’s much stronger in Nevada and South Carolina.
  38. vision 2020
    Why Democrats Could Pick a Nominee Sooner Than You ThinkWhile pundits like to dream of a contested convention, an early knockout remains a real possibility.
  39. the national circus
    Retire the Notion That Trump Hijacked the GOPThere was no Establishment after all.
  40. Marco Rubio Blames Failed Campaign on Unfair Media Coverage“When the media is constantly telling you, ‘So-and-so is winning and so-and-so is losing,’ it impacts voters.”
  41. It’s Marco Rubio — Not Trump — Who Is Attempting a Hostile Takeover of the GOPHe seems ready to blow up the organization if he doesn’t get his way.
  42. People Were Desperately Googling ‘How Can I Move to Canada’ Tuesday NightCanada’s website was experiencing major delays. 
  43. early and often
    After Super Tuesday, Can the GOP Establishment Still Stop Trump?Pundits say it’s not looking good.
  44. Super Tuesday Moves Clinton Toward Nomination, Sanders Toward Symbolic VictoriesTeam Clinton will gladly continue to offer Sanders the fool’s gold of ideological gestures in exchange for a position on the November ballot.
  45. Trump’s Scarily Good General-Election ArgumentIn an oddly low-energy speech, Trump revealed an incisive line of attack against Hillary Clinton.
  46. Daily Intelligencer’s Super Tuesday LiveblogJoin New York Magazine’s political team for an interactive live blog of tonight’s returns.
  47. Super Tuesday Surprises: Possible Outcomes That Would Freak Out the PunditsA Trump majority in Massachusetts? A Rubio win in Alaska? A Sanders win in Oklahoma?
  48. Sanders Has Another $40 Million to BernBernie Sanders had himself a super Monday, raising $5.5 million in 24 hours.
  49. early and often
    Can Bernie Sanders Bounce Back on Super Tuesday?Lowered expectations give him a chance to look relatively good on March 1 — but it won’t necessarily happen.
  50. early and often
    4 Big Questions About the Republican Race on Super TuesdayTrump is shooting for a majority of delegates in 11 states tomorrow, while his opponents hope not to fall off the map.
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