Originally Posted By: pondering_it_all
It looks like Biden wins in Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri. Still a toss-up in Washington state: They are counting mail-in ballots. Clear win for Sanders in North Dakota. (Really? North Dakota?)

Biden 153 to Sanders 89 delegates on March 10.

Total now is Biden 823 to Sanders 663. If you count Pete and Mike's delegates for Biden, and Liz's delegates for Sanders it gets even worse for Sanders. I still think Biden is going to walk into the convention with > 50% and win on the first ballot. (Delegates for candidates who have dropped out become free agents, and can vote as they please at the first ballot of the convention.)

Agreed, the upcoming primaries in Ohio, Illinois, Florida, Arizona, then a week after, Georgia are all in Biden friendly territory. Sanders strength was in the very progressive west coast. Biden's in the more moderate to conservative south and Midwest. Flyover country.

As a numbers guy, I find it very interesting that on 4 Mar Sanders had a 20 point lead in Washington and an 11 point lead in Michigan. He lost both leads for whatever reason.

Larry Sabato in his Crystal Ball Report had an interesting point why Sanders is doing much worst in 2020 than in 2016. That being sanders received a lot of anti Clinton support in 2016. Biden isn't Hillary and he is more liked by democrats as a whole. Possible.
It's high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first instead of their political party. For way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.