Go here. It’s awesome.
More fun than CNN.
I’m hoping to see some more detail about the turnout demographics, but it looks like young voter/new voter turnout may have played more of a role in New Hampshire than Iowa.
So far…it’s beginning to look like the best thing that’s happened to the Sanders campaign has been Clinton campaign tactics. Clinton is reportedly “taking stock” of campaign strategy after losing in a State that has always supported Clinton family politics, while anxious to move on to more “urban” States with more racially diverse electorates.
“It will be very difficult, if not impossible, for a Democrat to win the nomination without strong levels of support among African American and Hispanic voters,” [campaign manager Robby Mook] wrote in his memo [to the media].
I just don’t think Clinton is getting the message. It will be interesting to see how she fares in Nevada and South Carolina. She has stronger poll numbers there…so far.
This is startin’ to get really inneresting, yes?
A key factor to remember, though, in Democratic Party nominating procedure is the Superdelegate (Party establishment) count. Clinton has a 45 to 1 advantage on that score so far. The nominee needs to win majorities in both delegate categories.
Could make for a volatile convention.
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