With the coronavirus pandemic grabbing the national headlines, Joe Biden won the Arizona, Florida and Illinois primaries on Tuesday, bringing him one step closer to the Democratic nomination for president.
The former veep dominated rival Bernie Sanders with strong support from moderates, older voters and black Americans.
On Tuesday, Biden’s delegate count pushed him past 1,000, bringing him closer to the 1,991 delegates needed to secure the nomination at the Democratic convention in summer. (Los Angeles Times)
- Sanders is once again facing calls to step aside to unify the party.
- Perhaps Biden should take on some of the less radical ideas from Sanders to bring his supporters on board.
- Both Biden and Sanders have the ultimate goal of getting Donald Trump out of office.