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Adjusting the goals for NY

Remember how they were telling us they'll win it, and turn it around? Primary 2.0? According to this story http://www.politico.com/story/2016/03/bernie-and-hillary-prep-for-new-york-clash-221321 thet are now striving for a "credibility threshhold"
Sanders’ allies said the goal for the primary is to eat into Clinton’s delegate take by winning at least 40 percent of the vote -- a percentage they cite as a “credibility threshold.”

I guess those very expensive pollsters finally came in with their reports

Which candidate is running a positive campaign

a good article demonstrating how Hillary's campaign fulfills the promises made by Bernie. For me however, the best news came reading the comments - seems the new tone made many cross over
http://www.thepeoplesview.net/main/2016/3/16/hillary-clinton-running-campaign-bernie-sanders-promised

The Law firm Bernie uses to due the DNC is a Wall Street Law firm

It's located on Church street, few yards from the evil bankers, and the law suit is still active. Just wondering.

Why Sam Wang is not covering D primaries anymore

I've been looking forward to his forecasts as his reputation is even more sterling than Nate Silvers. But he's been doing 🐘 only. Yesterday, in a foot note, I finally discovered why http://election.princeton.edu/2016/03/05/more-of-the-same/
[link:http://election.princeton.edu/2016/03/05/more-of-the-same/|
* I’m not going to write about Democrats. If we use the majority of pledged delegates as a criterion, the paint became dry as of South Carolina/Nevada. If one includes superdelegates in the count, Hillary Clinton started above the 50% criterion even before Iowa/New Hampshire and has not dipped below.
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