I think after the NY and April 26th primaries, which account for a third of the remaining pledged delegates, Bernie will reassess his odds, especially if he fails to win big.
I’m looking at where we are now.
Patrick T. Maloney
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NY is key. It’s not absolutely decisive. Bernie can’t win the nomination there, but he can lose it.

Clinton also has a lot to lose, however. If she doesn’t meet expectations by winning, and winning by a decent margin, that weakens her campaign significantly. The signs are that Sanders is moving the needle in his direction. Will it be enough? I’m certainly not going to preempt the ballot box. Neither should you.

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