(AP) — Democrats’ two-man race for the 2020 presidential nomination debuts Tuesday.
The next set of Democratic primaries takes place a week after Joe Biden benefited from a rapid consolidation of moderate and establishment voters to accumulate the most number of delegates on Super Tuesday of any candidate, including Bernie Sanders.
There are big questions heading into six primaries that put a combined 352 delegates at stake between Biden and Sanders.
Does the Vermont senator have a legitimate shot at catching the former vice president? If not, will he stick around as a protest candidate? Where will Elizabeth Warren's supporters turn? Will non-Southern black voters reflect Southern trends?