super tuesday

After Super Tuesday, Bernie Sanders becomes yesterday’s man

Scott Gilmore: Riding a wave of momentum Joe Biden is suddenly the man to beat, while Sanders rages on, aggrieved and wounded

Sanders speaks at a campaign rally at the Los Angeles Convention Center on March 1, 2020 (Michael Tullberg/Getty Images)

Bernie Sanders in L.A.: Did someone say Public Enemy?

Paul Wells: Prior to Super Tuesday, the Democratic front-runner rallied in California with a curious crew of celebrities. Only one person there mattered.

From here on in, it’s all Clinton-Trump

On Super Tuesday, the frontrunners obliterated their opponents, setting the stage for eight solid months of empty vows and vitriol


Romney will win—but he’ll have paid a heavy price

It may not have amounted to Mitt Romney’s best case scenario for Super Tuesday, but winning a clear majority of delegates and a close race in the battleground state of Ohio, is near enough. Rick Santorum showed staying power with impressive victories in Tennessee and Oklahoma. Newt Gringrich tried to bask in the sunlight, but winning his home state is just a consolation prize. The race will last longer because there was no knockout blow, but at the end of the day, Mitt Romney will be the Republican nominee.