Sunday, April 10, 2016

2016 Presidential Election Wild Ride

Although Sanders wins again, he trails big to Clinton in delegate count due to her overwhelming support from the super delegates. Cruz beats Trump in Colorado, but it will likely prove to be a hallow victor. It's highly unlikely Cruz or Trump, neither liked by the establishment, will secure enough delegates to prevent a contested convention in July.

The public's desire to elect an anti-establishment candidate to represent them, a outcome unlikely to be fulfilled in 2016, will influence the 2018 mid-term and 2020 Presidential election after the crisis and anger hits in 2017.

Headline: Wyoming Democratic caucuses: Bernie Sanders picks up another win

(CNN)Bernie Sanders won the Wyoming Democratic caucuses Saturday, providing his campaign with one more jolt of momentum before the race against Hillary Clinton heads east. The Vermont senator was favored going into the caucuses. Wyoming is similar to other places he's won with big margins: rural, Western and overwhelmingly white. The victory is Sanders' eighth win out of the last nine contests -- including a contest that counted the votes of Democrats living abroad -- and a big morale booster heading into the crucial New York primary on April 19.



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