According to the prediction of CNN, Bernie Sanders, the Senator of Vermont, will win the caucuses of Nevada. Reflecting the power of his firm and strengthening his argument that he has the ability to extend his appeal all over the voters of Democrats based on the outcomes from the utmost diverse state in nominating race of Democrats so far.
However, Joe Biden, the ex-Vice President of the United States seemed to have the position to lead in polls as late as January, Sanders made a huge organizing push starting in 2019 mid, pushing some 250 paid organization members on the ground in the Silver States.
His campaign for the presidential candidate also bound their basic fundraising machine to made roots within the large Latino community of the state, making ads in the Spanish language not only on TV, social media, and radio but also through advertisement on music streaming platforms such as Spotify and Pandora.
Sanders announced his wife Jane when he took the stage in San Antonio as the upcoming first lady of the U.S. He plugged the multi-racial, multigenerational alliance that his campaign built in Nevada, giving a new burst of energy to his campaign after he led New Hampshire and his solid standing in Iowa.
Sanders talking about his and Trump’s campaign
Sanders said that in Iowa, Nevada, and New Hampshire, they showed that their volunteer workers ready to knock on hundreds of thousands of doors. He adds that none of the campaigns have a movement at grass-root levels as they do, and that is one more reason why they are going to win the coming 2020 U.S. Presidential election.
Breaking: We won Nevada!
We are building an unprecedented grassroots movement, and together, there is nothing we cannot accomplish.
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) February 23, 2020
Sanders continues that American President Trump and his companions think that they are going to take the 2020 election. Trump has thought that they will win the contest by dividing their people based on their skin color, birthplace, sexual orientation, or religion. Moreover, he says that they are going to win the contest because they are going totally opposite to Trump’s campaign motto. Sanders and his team are bringing their people together.
Race to win among White and Black voters
Primary entrance elections in Nevada revealed the winning of Sanders at Latino by fifty-four percent, some forty percentage points ahead of the succeeding contender, Pete Buttigieg, the former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana. Furthermore, Sanders also led white electorates while Biden won among black voters in those starting snapshots of the voters.
The keen support for Sanders among the young electorates seen in the results of Nevada. Among the voters of the country having age less than thirty – who made up only seventeen percent of the votes – a few of sixty-six percent of them supported the senator of Vermont. Biden won caucusgoers among voters having age more than sixty-five, with nearly a quarter supporting him.
About one in five went for Amy Klobuchar, the Senator of Minnesota and one in eight for each Sanders, Buttigieg and Tom Steyer, the businessman. Whereas, around one in ten caucused for Elizabeth Warren, the Senator of Massachusetts.
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