Bernie Sanders took the Wyoming caucus yesterday, defeating the Democratic Establishment Wall Street candidate 55.7 to 43.3 percent. For Sanders, this was another win against an old confederacy regional candidate who cannot seem to win much outside of her region, and those old states have already voted.
Sanders has now won eight of the last nine contests between him and Wall Street candidate Hillary Clinton.
Now Sanders must do well in upcoming states, such as New York. He is behind by slightly over 200 delegates, but a good showing in California with 548 delegates, means Bernie makes up quite a bit of ground. Most of the California superdelegates reportedly are leaning toward Sanders. A win with 60 percent of the vote in California means that Sanders will make up more than half Hillary’s lead.