Dem Frontrunner Set For BIG Super Tuesday Wins

Via The Washington Examiner:

LOS ANGELES — Joe Biden’s campaign was nearly declared dead before his resounding victory in South Carolina, but a new string of endorsements and positive polling numbers mean the former vice president could have his best showing on Tuesday, when 1,357 delegates are up for grabs. 

The “Never Bernie” movement appeared to get serious on Sunday and Monday, with Sen. Amy Klobuchar and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg set to back Biden the night before Super Tuesday. Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Nevada Democrat, also announced that he was backing the former vice president on Monday afternoon. 

“President Donald Trump has done unspeakable damage to our country, our institutions, and the rule of law,” Reid said. “Democrats need a candidate who can assemble the largest, most diverse coalition possible to defeat Trump and lead our country following the trauma of Trump’s presidency. That candidate is Joe Biden.” 

Recent polling shows Biden should also do well with delegates, meeting the polling threshold in large states such as California and Texas. A RealClearPolitics average of polls of Texas has Biden at 18% support, with an Emerson poll released on Monday showing his support at 21%.