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11. See post #2. This is just how these things go. Every time.
Sun Mar 1, 2020, 03:49 AM
Mar 2020
If I were to vote in a presidential
primary today, I would vote for:
After Super Tuesday squirecam Mar 2020 #1
Agreed. greytdemocrat Mar 2020 #3
There are only 2 candidates with sufficient support among key constituencies to be considered viable Garrett78 Mar 2020 #2
Yep squirecam Mar 2020 #4
As long as Bloomberg is in the race he can spend money to attack Trump. lynintenn Mar 2020 #28
Let's go with your " Snowball effect: bad loss leads to bad loss..." LanternWaste Mar 2020 #41
Great Point... rogerballard Mar 2020 #5
Most of the remaining candidates will have dropped out long before April 1. Garrett78 Mar 2020 #6
Must have a Crystal Ball... rogerballard Mar 2020 #7
Don't need one. I've been following elections for a long time. Garrett78 Mar 2020 #8
Post removed Post removed Mar 2020 #10
See post #2. This is just how these things go. Every time. Garrett78 Mar 2020 #11
Sir Yes Sir rogerballard Mar 2020 #12
Super Tues is the line. xmas74 Mar 2020 #30
I don't see Bloomberg dropping out until after NY primary in April. 2nd to CA in delegates. lynintenn Mar 2020 #29
Bernie will lead after Super Tuesday. StocktonNative Mar 2020 #9
+1 PuffedMica Mar 2020 #16
Lol. MrsCoffee Mar 2020 #18
I'm with you. cwydro Mar 2020 #33
California is proprtional kurtcagle Mar 2020 #13
How would COVID-19 help Biden more? His voters skew far older, thus far more likely Celerity Mar 2020 #14
I think they were implying that virus fear-based voters would prefer a Biden over a Sanders n/t mikelgb Mar 2020 #23
but they said Biden would benefit Celerity Mar 2020 #24
Maybe because he attracts older crowds, xmas74 Mar 2020 #31
the deadlines for absentee ballots were before COVID-19 came truly to the fore nt Celerity Mar 2020 #32
CA have vote by mail so they don't have to go out dsc Mar 2020 #37
I think you're inferring rather than anyone else implying n/t, part II LanternWaste Mar 2020 #42
The older people I know are not going to be scared off from voting by this virus. cwydro Mar 2020 #35
Reasoning on Biden kurtcagle Mar 2020 #40
I think CA is not going to be a huge delegate gain for Sanders. honest.abe Mar 2020 #15
I think it will be too.. a very good haul of delegates for him Peacetrain Mar 2020 #34
Dumb question: If, after Super Tues., Amy, Pete, and/or Elizabeth drop out, ... JustABozoOnThisBus Mar 2020 #17
They will be locked out... Moderateguy Mar 2020 #19
Bloomberg will just bribe the doorman to let him in. n/g zackymilly Mar 2020 #21
No, Bloomberg will approach the doorman and start coughing. JustABozoOnThisBus Mar 2020 #39
Serious answer Moderateguy Mar 2020 #20
+1 Celerity Mar 2020 #25
Thanks underpants Mar 2020 #27
Thank you. Although, the vision of them banging on the door might be entertaining. nt JustABozoOnThisBus Mar 2020 #36
they go to the convention pledged to their candidate on the first ballot dsc Mar 2020 #38
LA County alone many a good man Mar 2020 #22
Especially Not When They're Caucuses Me. Mar 2020 #26
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