On ‘Second Super Tuesday,’ it’s Do or Die for Bernie Sanders
They said “yes” in Michigan. The Vermont senator scored what some called a historic upset last week, but Hillary Clinton maintains a substantial lead heading into Tuesday, when five substantial states will distribute 792 delegates based on voting proportions. OZY’s Nick Fouriezos, reporting from Miami, says the Great Lake State’s lasting value could be providing Sanders with the road map to avoid defeat in biggest prize: Florida. To do that, he’ll need to further dominate the white vote, not surrender Southern Black voters to Clinton again and hope for an edge among Latinos.