5 key questions ahead of critical Super Tuesday primaries

NICHOLAS RICCARDI Associated Press DENVER (AP) — Tuesday is the biggest day of the primary calendar, when 14 states from the Atlantic to the Pacific vote on the Democratic presidential nominee. The roster includes the nation's two most populous states, California and Texas, and nearly one-third of all the delegates at July's Democratic National Convention are up for grabs. Here are some key questions ahead of Super Tuesday: CAN SANDERS RECAPTURE THE NARRATIVE? Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has long promised that he could substantially expand the electorate beyond traditional Democratic voters, but that hasn't happened in the first four contests. Super Tuesday represents his biggest chance to prove his case. He is far better financed and organized than former Vice President Joe Biden
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