Remaining Candidates Hope Super Tuesday Narrows The Presidential Field
Some observers have tried to narrow the presidential contest a two-person race between Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. LBJ School of Public Affairs professor Sherri Greenberg says Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s best hope to stay in the race is a brokered convention. Billionaire Michael Bloomberg, who has so far spent $500 million on his campaign, has begun to tamp down expectations that he would do well on Super Tuesday. Angela Kocherga, news director at KTEP in El Paso, says more people than usual are engaged in the presidential contest. And in addition to the presidential and Senate races on the primary ballot, the race for El Paso district attorney is making headlines in West Texas.