DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY PROJECTIONS: CALIFORNIA, MONTANA, NEW JERSEY, NEW MEXICO, NORTH DAKOTA, SOUTH DAKOTA

Tyler Pedigo

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If you don’t typically read my entire analysis, this is the time to read it all. There are many caveats to the below numbers.

Tuesday is effectively the last of the Democratic primaries for 2016 (with the exception of D.C.), and is indeed the last opportunity for the Sanders campaign to close the pledged delegate gap. As we all know, all eyes are on the state of California, which is set to allocate 475 delegates between the two candidates. Bernie Sanders will need a massive majority of these 475 delegates (and, realistically, several large wins elsewhere too) to take the lead before…

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