WASHINGTON, D.C. – Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is on a roll, she won the Nevada caucus and then Saturday’s blowout wins in South Carolina. Today, with Super Tuesday setting up in the South this will be a big day for Clinton as she will take a big delegate lead over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Today voters go to the polls in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, and Virginia. There will also be a Democratic caucus in Colorado tonight. Clinton will win Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.
She will pick up delegates in Minnesota, Massachusetts, Oklahoma and Colorado. The only state on the map where she will defiantly lose will be Vermont, Sen. Sanders home state and she could lose the Colorado caucus. She will continue to roll up a huge delegate advantage over Sanders.
If she pulls off wins in two of any of Minnesota, Massachusetts and Oklahoma that will make life very tough on Sanders who would be so far behind in the delegate count that winning the nomination would nearly impossible.
So, the goal for Clinton is sweep the South and pick up a win in any one of three states, Minnesota, Massachusetts or Oklahoma. If that is what happens tonight then Sanders is in trouble.