The Vermont senator’s supporters provided vital reminders of reality amid the carefully orchestrated political theater at this year’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
As if the protocol for assigning delegates to presidential candidates wasn't confusing enough.
The Vermont senator won 69 percent of votes cast by Americans living abroad, adding nine delegates to his total.
A defiant new group of Democrats calling itself the Denver Group has started a campaign to make sure the Democratic presidential nomination remains open until August's convention in Denver, leaving the game open to certain contenders (read: HRC) instead of following the "presumptive nominee Barack Obama" plan.
A Republican member of the Maryland Legislature has resigned after authorities raided his home and took several items, including his computer, during a child pornography investigation. According to the Baltimore Examiner, state Delegate Robert McKee had been a sponsor of the Child Protection From Predators Act.
Sen. Hillary Clinton is focusing on the high points of the last week -- her Super Tuesday successes in weighty states like New York and California, for example -- and looking to potential wins in Texas and other elections to hold her position in the race for the Democratic nomination in coming weeks.