(NewsReady.com) – Joe Biden was the DNC front-runner throughout all of 2019 after he officially entered the presidential race. Now, in 2020, Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) has soared in national polls and, so far, won the popular vote in all of the early states. While the former vice president is still maintaining some relevance in the national polls, his Super Tuesday projections are looking a little grim.
Biden supporters claim that he hasn’t spent enough time campaigning in Super Tuesday states. Meanwhile, other candidates have been traveling around holding rallies and fundraising events. Instead of traveling around, he seems to have focused on his South Carolina stronghold in order to secure a strong win that could propel him upwards in future states.
Still, some of Bidens supporters recognize this strategy and are hopeful that he’ll come out with a big win and some bigger endorsements:
— Hena (@hena_rodely) February 23, 2020
The Super Tuesday elections are set to take place March 3rd.
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