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Bernie Sanders's revolution has a math problem. The senator would need to win roughly 63% of the remaining unallocated Democratic delegates to win the presidential nomination

In a climate of global uncertainty, Illinois Democrats overwhelmingly sided with Joe Biden to win the party’s presidential nomination, choosing a known commodity rather than the political revolution called for by Bernie Sanders.

Bernie Sanders would need to win roughly 63% of the remaining unallocated Democratic delegates to win the presidential nomination

Gabbard was one of only three candidates still in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, alongside Biden and Bernie Sanders.

Bernie Sanders's revolution has a math problem. The senator would need to win roughly 63% of the remaining unallocated Democratic delegates to win the presidential nomination

Tulsi Gabbard dropped her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination today, narrowing the once-crowded field to a head-to-head contest between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.

After being routed by Joe Biden in the latest presidential primary contests, Bernie Sanders has virtually no chance of clinching the Democratic nomination. What'll he do next? That decision will ultimately fall on Sanders himself and his wife, Jane.

Bernie Sanders would need to win roughly 63% of the remaining unallocated Democratic delegates to win the presidential nomination

Bernie Sanders's revolution has a math problem. The senator would need to win roughly 63% of the remaining unallocated Democratic delegates to win the presidential nomination

Bernie Sanders is "assessing" his future in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination after suffering defeats by Joe Biden in the latest Democratic primaries

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Bernie Sanders has won the Democratic primary in California, the most delegate-rich state in the race for the party's presidential nomination. With 95% of the state's delegates allocated, Sanders secured 210, compared to 162 for Joe Biden.

It’s still possible for Bernie Sanders to win the Democratic presidential nomination, but a New York Times analysis found that he would need to do vastly better in the remaining states to secure enough delegates. Here are some possible scenarios.

Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York will endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders for the Democratic presidential nomination, according to people familiar with the plans

Sen. Bernie Sanders’s success in New Hampshire and Iowa makes him the undeniable front-runner for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination

Bernie Sanders wins New Hampshire’s presidential primary election Tuesday, narrowly edging moderate rival Pete Buttigieg and scoring the first clear victory in the Democratic Party’s chaotic 2020 nomination fight.

Breaking News: Bernie Sanders won New Hampshire, making him a formidable contender to win the Democratic presidential nomination. Pete Buttigieg is close behind in 2nd.

Breaking News: Bernie Sanders has opened up a lead in Iowa in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, a New York Times/Siena College poll of likely caucusgoers found

Rep. Ilhan Omar has endorsed Bernie Sanders for the Democratic presidential nomination. The announcement came after the Sanders campaign said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will endorse him at a rally this weekend.

The Center for Popular Democracy Action, a coalition of more than 40 progressive community groups totaling about 600,000 members, will endorse Bernie Sanders for the Democratic presidential nomination

Bernie Sanders, who ran against Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination, praises Jeremy Corbyn for addressing inequality.

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