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SaschaHM's Journal
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May 1, 2016

New NBCnews/WSJ/Marist Poll: Clinton 50, Sanders 46.


It's close, but close doesn't bode well when you need 65% of the remaining delegates in a proportional system and need landslides to achieve that.
April 26, 2016

Early exit polls are rolling in (Updating) (from MSNBC)

17% Black
10% under 30

43% White
46% Black
35% under 45
65% over 45
61% Want to continue Obama's Policies
31% prefer experience

14% Black
33% under 45
67% over 45.

April 26, 2016

Well well, if things didn't look eerily similar already..

Donald J. Trump Verified account

Bernie Sanders has been treated terribly by the Democrats—both with delegates & otherwise. He should show them, and run as an Independent!

Conspiracy theories, temper tantrums and even Bernie Math in a single tweet.

April 23, 2016

Bernie Sanders' rally in Baltimore encapsulates his demographic problems

MaryAlice Parks Verified account

.@BernieSanders fans out for morning rally in Baltimore but big stadium partitioned to cut room in half

Baltimore, Md. 2010 census population (rank): 620,961 (21); Male: 292,249 (46.6%); Female: 328,712 (52.9%); White: 183,830 (29.6%); Black: 395,781 (63.7%);

April 11, 2016

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll: Hillary Clinton: 55 Bernie Sanders: 41

Another day, another great poll. Just released.


I'm guessing the Sanders campaign is rethinking the Vatican trip on Friday. You don't take 2 days off when your opponent is up by 14 points.

April 8, 2016

NY voter registration barely increases for both parties


There were 5,792,497 registered Democrats as of April 1 — a puny increase of 14,037 since November, state Board of Elections show. The Republican Party had 2,731,688 members, up just 12,358 over the same period.

I guess someone didn't do their homework and register new voters before the deadline.
April 5, 2016

Nina Turner compares the support Hillary has among Congress and groups to the support of slavery

Sigh. Every damn day. A little background on this clip. Lawrence had Barney Frank and Nina Turner on tonight to debate their candidates. Barney began by stating how Hillary had the backing of the CBC, Planned Parenthood, HRC, Most of the Senate and much of the House. Nina's response... well see for yourself.


"There was a time in this country when the majority of folks thought slavery was ok, too"

You cannot make this up.

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