Coronavirus Could Delay A Biden Victory : Politics Podcast Joe Biden now has secured more than half of delegates in the Democratic primary contest, making a Bernie Sanders comeback increasingly unlikely. Biden won primaries in Florida, Illinois, and Arizona on Tuesday night. Sanders gave a speech before voting had ended without mentioning the election at all. Instead, he used the address to debut his proposal to combat the economic impact of the coronavirus.

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After More Primaries Biden Grows Lead As Coronavirus Reshapes Primary Calendar

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After More Primaries Biden Grows Lead As Coronavirus Reshapes Primary Calendar

After More Primaries Biden Grows Lead As Coronavirus Reshapes Primary Calendar

After More Primaries Biden Grows Lead As Coronavirus Reshapes Primary Calendar

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Joe Biden now has secured more than half of delegates in the Democratic primary contest, making a Bernie Sanders comeback increasingly unlikely. Biden won primaries in Florida, Illinois, and Arizona on Tuesday night.

Sanders gave a speech before voting had ended without mentioning the election at all. Instead, he used the address to debut his proposal to combat the economic impact of the coronavirus.

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