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Samantha

(9,314 posts)
15. This is exactly what I was looking for
Sun Feb 28, 2016, 11:49 PM
Feb 2016

I noticed the article didn't mention Independents, and I also know Bernie traditionally has prevailed with the Independent vote thus far. This is very encouraging, and thanks for posting it.

Sam

Probably nearly split delegates. JaneyVee Feb 2016 #1
Agreed. The delegates here will be split. aaaaaa5a Feb 2016 #2
If Bernie loses Massachusetts, it's goodnight Irene alcibiades_mystery Feb 2016 #3
what you wish for cs1058 Feb 2016 #7
That would be an interesting point if it wasn't the 10,000th time I've heard it today alcibiades_mystery Feb 2016 #14
Not a taunt... Adrahil Feb 2016 #20
Real Clear Politics average-1.5% spread cs1058 Feb 2016 #4
Wow -- you know what is interesting Samantha Feb 2016 #6
Based on the divergence between SC polls and exit polls and the alleged results, merrily Feb 2016 #5
The polling that favors Clinton is done by pollsters who overstated her support in New Hampshire. Attorney in Texas Feb 2016 #8
This is very interesting Samantha Feb 2016 #9
Massachusetts will be close, but we ought to prevail (same for Minnesota and Colorado). Attorney in Texas Feb 2016 #10
True about the Dixie States, Conservatives in both parties do well in primaries Dragonfli Feb 2016 #13
Nice. nt. Land of Enchantment Feb 2016 #12
There are many more Independents in Mass... Land of Enchantment Feb 2016 #11
This is exactly what I was looking for Samantha Feb 2016 #15
We are not Independents and those who registered in MA as Independents made a mistake and seaglass Feb 2016 #19
Mass is a hybrid state-you are wrong Land of Enchantment Feb 2016 #21
I was wondering about this and was going to look it up last night but "time wouldn't let me" Samantha Feb 2016 #23
Of course I am not wrong about how voting works in my own state. UNENROLLED voters can vote seaglass Mar 2016 #24
Losing MA breaks the Clinton campaign, but a close race keeps Bernie alive. basselope Feb 2016 #16
Good point Samantha Feb 2016 #17
Sam--see #21...nt Land of Enchantment Feb 2016 #22
This is way too close for that nadinbrzezinski Feb 2016 #18
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