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Meet the Press Feb 23
WATCH: Sanders laps the competition in the : "If there was any question about who the Democratic front-runner is, Bernie Sanders has put that to rest."
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BlackWomenViews Feb 23
The results are still trickling in, but that didn't stop y'all from asking what's next for Biden, Sanders, Warren, Buttigieg, Klobuchar, Steyer & Bloomberg. Watch the full vid on my YouTube channel after the 1st 2 min. 🎥
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Our Revolution Feb 23
"Bernie and Warren are ready to start a new Democratic Party, with new beliefs, with a new set of rules. And I really think we’re at a point where we can make that happen.”
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Decision Desk HQ Feb 24
Decision Desk HQ Final Delegate Projection: has won 24 delegates in NV. has won 9. has won 3. (Pending any potential recanvass/recount) Updated 2020 DDHQ/UVA Center for Politics national delegate estimates:
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Seth Masket Feb 22
results for Sanders 2016: 47.3% 2020: 47.5% (w/ 41% reporting) Amazing what a difference a coordinated opposition makes.
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Our Revolution Feb 23
"We have just put together a multi-generational, multi-racial coalition which is gonna not only win Nevada, it's gonna to sweep this country." - Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders
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Susie Lee Feb 22
Congratulations to the best state party in the country on a successful caucus! staff, , , and volunteers have made us proud today. Thank you for the years of hard work and dedication that made the possible.
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The Intercept Feb 22
While cable networks were wrapping their heads around Sanders’s lead (Chris Matthews compared Sanders’s win to France’s invasion by the Nazi army on MSNBC), the mood at the actual caucuses was one of hope.
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Stephanie Quilao Feb 24
The fact that won nearly 50% of the Asian vote in the should be big news. He has half a dozen competitors yet Asian voters went overwhelming to Sanders. Perhaps a great preview of the coming up on 3/3 as CA has the most Asians in the US.
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Chuck Rocha Feb 24
My first interview since with ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ on ⁦⁩ Thanks to our entire ⁦⁩ team and YOU the supporters! I love you all.
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Make the Road Action NV Feb 22
📢 We did it! Together we made 10,000 calls & knocked on 10,000 doors! Congratulations on winning the ! But the battle is not done yet! Help us continue paving the by donating to our grassroots efforts at: ✊🏾✊🏽✊🏿
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Chuck Rocha Feb 24
I have decided to give me first post interview to later this morning. These folks gave me a platform to talk about this campaign before all others. Subscribe and join us.
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CSPAN Feb 23
Watch: Remarks from Elizabeth Warren last night.
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Sarah Feb 22
Members Of Nevada's Largest Union Defied Their Leadership To Support Bernie Sanders
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Alex Salvi Feb 23
Replying to @alexsalvinews
results (71.58% reporting): Bernie Sanders: 47.5% Joe Biden: 20.8% Pete Buttigieg: 13.7% Elizabeth Warren: 9.4% Tom Steyer: 4.5% Amy Klobuchar: 4% Buttigieg has fallen out of viability for delegates, boosting Sanders & Biden.
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ConservativeNotCrazy Feb 23
It’s the next morning and can only report half the precincts in . And still haven’t declared a winner in Yeah, I definitely want these ppl running my healthcare.
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Aaron D. Ford Feb 22
Great work, , Chair , ED , and all staff and volunteers on a great caucus. I really enjoyed hearing all of the positive stories about the experiences of attendees. Kudos!
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dan rolle “Questionable Character” Mar 2
Replying to @danrolle
My exposure the the Warren campaign in Nevada was UP CLOSE and personal. I’d consider myself a junkie, for sure. So I wanted to see what the perspective campaigns were up to. First problem: Neoliberal infiltration. 2/
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NextGen America Feb 24
THREAD: NextGen Nevada did everything from voter registration to LGBTQ+ happy hours and Area 51-themed events to drive turnout in Saturday’s . Also, there were many free tacos distributed during early vote. 🌮🌮 By the numbers:
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Geoffrey Skelley Feb 24
With 96% of precincts reporting in , only Sanders and Biden will break 15% statewide (based on county delegaes, which allocate national delegates). Here's the CD breakdown and the estimated national delegates. Sanders 24, Biden 9, Buttigieg 3 is current total:
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