Bernie Sanders has won the Democratic caucuses in Maine by a double digit margin.
The Vermont senator claimed his eighth Democratic nomination victory and needs to beat Hillary Clinton in the Michigan primary on Tuesday to stand a chance of winning the nomination.
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Should the Jewish, anti-establishment, holistic man from a humble background, whom the media desperately tries to ignore, win on Tuesday, then according to recent predictions, America and the world would #FeelTheBern and all will become one.
Russia Today reports:
Sanders has secured over 64 percent and 14 delegates while Clinton managed to pull in just over 35 percent of the votes and six delegates.
The Latest on Campaign 2016: Sanders’ win in Maine boosts his delegates–for the night. https://t.co/1CadINNl20 pic.twitter.com/tsCyhrkH37
— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) March 7, 2016
“I thank the people of Maine for their strong support. With another double-digit victory, we have now won by wide margins in states from New England to the Rocky Mountains and from the Midwest to the Great Plains,” Sanders said in a statement Sunday night.“The pundits might not like it but the people are making history.”
On Saturday, Sanders won the Kansas and Nebraska caucuses while Hillary Clinton took the Louisiana primary.
It takes 2,383 delegates to win the Democratic nomination. Despite Sanders’ gains Clinton is still leading the Democratic race with at least 1,129 delegates to Sanders’ 498. However, most of Clinton’s edge is due to superdelegates – members of Congress, governors and senior party officials – who support the candidate of their choice and can potentially switch camps.
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