“Biden” Surges as Democrat’s Front-Runner, Tailing by “Sanders” as “Bloomberg” Exit

“Biden” Surges as Democrat’s Front-Runner, Tailing by “Sanders” as “Bloomberg” Exit.

After the Super Tuesday voting, the nominated candidate to challenge Republican President Donald Trump in the election on November 3 surged as Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden from Democrat.

 

Biden was set to win 10 of the 14 states in the Super Tuesday voting while Sanders grabbed four others including the biggest prize, California with 415 delegates.

More than 2/3 of the delegates needed to secure the Democratic nomination which is 1,357 out of 1,991 at the Democratic convention in July for the position of a presidential nominee.

With the results, the former vice president, Joe Biden, has surged as a front-runner for the Democrat and lead the former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg to the exit for the presidential nominee race.