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Sun Feb 23, 2020, 11:26 AM

Amy is not going anywhere just yet.

Nor should she. She remains the best possible President in the field and the strongest general election candidate.

Bernie has bee running for 5 years and it showed in Nevada.
Amy is just ow being noticed and across the board she had a 5 - 7 point bump coming out of NH. People are just paying attention and so as a classic head before heart candidate it takes a little time.

Post super Tuesday will be time enough.

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Reply Amy is not going anywhere just yet. (Original post)
judeling Feb 2020 OP
question everything Feb 2020 #1
Ellen Forradalom Feb 2020 #2

Response to judeling (Original post)

Sun Feb 23, 2020, 03:24 PM

1. Leading in Minnesota

http://www.startribune.com/klobuchar-and-sanders-lead-poll-of-minnesota-democrats/568110732/

Minnesota Poll: Klobuchar, Sanders lead Democratic pack ahead of primary

Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar leads Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in a new Star Tribune/MPR News Minnesota Poll as the state’s March 3 presidential primary nears, with both well ahead of their nearest Democratic rivals.

But many Minnesota Democrats say they are still undecided in a contest that has become increasingly muddled as it spreads to more U.S. states. Minnesota’s primary is on Super Tuesday, when 14 states will award a third of all the delegates in the race.

Between them, Klobuchar and Sanders have the support of more than half the 500 likely Democratic primary voters who were polled. Undecided voters made up the next biggest block, reflecting uncertainty in a race that has seen Sanders emerge as a national front-runner even as he’s dogged by questions about his age and electability against President Donald Trump.

Trailing Klobuchar and Sanders were Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and former Vice President Joe Biden, statistically tied for third. The rest of the field, including former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, polled in the low single digits.

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Response to judeling (Original post)

Tue Feb 25, 2020, 12:40 AM

2. Amy is not any more obligated to drop than any other candidate

n/t

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