Sanders Looks to White Working-Class Voters for Bounce Beyond Super Tuesday

The Vermont senator is focusing on the Midwestern states that helped sustain Clinton's failed 2008 campaign.

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders makes a speech to supporters during a campaign rally on Feb. 28, 2016, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Photographer: J Pat Carter/Getty Images

Bernie Sanders is pinning his hopes for staying in the Democratic presidential race on working-class white voters, the same constituency that helped Hillary Clinton extend her 2008 campaign.

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