I've been on board for Hillary Clinton since she got in the race, so I'm glad to see she's fairly well on her way now to securing the nomination. But I'll give Bernie Sanders credit. As much as I've always liked him, I seriously thought he was at best an extreme long shot, and he's proven to be a formidable candidate. It's not over yet, of course, but there is unlikely to be--barring an unforeseen disaster--any real shakeups on the Democratic side for quite a while, which will do a lot to influence perceptions.Hillary Clinton's Path Is Clear
Before the New Hampshire primary earlier this month, it was assumed that the Nevada caucus was going to be a victory for Hillary Clinton. She had strong outreach to the state’s Latino and black voters; she had endorsements and support from key figures in the state; and she had her campaign manager, Robby Mook, who cut his teeth organizing the state for the first Clinton campaign in 2008, when she beat Barack Obama there. . .
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