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Will Bernie Sanders' new key endorsements be enough to push him ahead of Hillary Clinton in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination?

Will Bernie Sanders' new key endorsements be enough to push him ahead of Hillary Clinton in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination?
  • Bernie Sanders will soon suprass Hillary Clinton in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.

    Bernie Sander's latest key endorsements include the likes of Communications Workers of America and Democracy for America, two of the largest liberal groups in existence in America. With the addition of these endorsements to his campaign, it is evident that Bernie Sanders will soon trump Hillary Clinton in the polls as we enter the "home stretch" of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.

  • Popularity Will Lose to Power

    While Bernie is the popular choice, Hilary will have some trick up her sleeve in 2016 to pull ahead of him. That's why she isn't blowing any steam right now until it gets closer to the actual vote. She is a smart fighter and will let her opponent gas out and expose himself, then she'll strike at a key time on a key weakness. I'm not a fan of her's in the least, but this is the reality of how she moves.

  • Endorsements Are Not Everything

    No, Bernie Sanders' new key endorsements will not be enough to push him ahead of Hillary Clinton in the race for Democratic presidential nomination. While they are good endorsements, Clinton has many of her own and Sanders has other difficulties to overcome. Clinton has name recognition, party support and a good momentum.

  • Sorry Bernie, Hillary's got you beat

    As much as Bernie Sanders tries to get ahead in the polls, he will never receive the Democratic party nomination over Hillary Clinton. She is too well-known and aggressive in her quest to claim the American throne. She's part of the Clinton dynasty, and for some reason, voters attach to the names they know. Sorry, Bernie, but good try anyway.


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