Biden, Bernie’s Super Tuesday brawl to shape Democratic race

JONATHAN LEMIRE, STEVE PEOPLES and BILL BARROW Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — Millions of voters from Maine to California headed to the polls on Super Tuesday, the delegate-rich prize in the fight for the Democratic presidential nomination that's shaping up as a contest between two starkly different visions for the party's future as it hurtles toward a November rematch with President Donald Trump. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who has energized liberals and young voters, sought to pull away from the rest of the field, while former vice president Joe Biden hoped to ride a wave of momentum and endorsements to cement himself as the standard-bearer for the party's moderate wing. The two men, riding atop a rapidly shrinking Democratic field, have assembled coalitions of disparate dem
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