Six states participate in the Democratic Presidential sweepstakes on Tuesday, March 10, with three states being the key states in the sense of the number of delegates at the Democratic National Convention in July.
These are Michigan (125), Washington State (89). and Missouri (68).
At this point, Joe Biden is favored over Bernie Sanders in all three crucial states, but of course, polls can be wrong.
If Sanders performs well, the nomination is clearly still up for grabs, but if Biden sweeps, then it becomes ever more difficult for Sanders to recover.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has demonstrated massive appeal in the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination.
He has shown ability to win states without having done any advertising, public appearances, or spent money on a organized campaign.
He is expected to move further ahead this Tuesday in six primaries, ranging from Michigan to Missouri to Washington State.
Meanwhile, former opponents have endorsed Biden over Bernie Sanders, who has been unable to draw young voters to the polls in the numbers that were expected, and who has done less well in 2020 than 2016 in states that have already had their primaries.
The handwriting clearly seems on the wall, that Sanders is highly unlikely to become the Democratic Presidential nominee, unless he does a miraculous reversal of fortunes similar to what Joe Biden did in the past week.