US Senator Bernie Sanders has suspended his presidential campaign, clearing the way for rival Joe Biden to become the Democratic nominee to challenge Republican incumbent Donald Trump in November.
Leaders in Ohio halted the state's presidential primary over concerns about the coronavirus. Officials in Florida, Arizona and Illinois say they would move forward with the vote.
A resounding victory in South Carolina has thrust Joe Biden back into the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, but that could all change in two days when voters go to the polls in 14 "Super Tuesday" states.
While Sanders and Buttigieg finished first and second in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary respectively, the contest also showed the growing appeal of US Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota.
His campaign has all the momentum. But securing the nomination might prove harder than winning the presidency.
US Senator Bernie Sanders, who mounted a fierce challenge to front-runner Hillary Clinton in the 2016 primaries, will once more seek the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination in 2020.
After winning the Democratic primary in Puerto Rico Hillary Clinton seems set to clinch her party's nomination for president, but does rival Bernie Sanders still have a chance?
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