2016 Elections

Super Tuesday Didn't Stop Sanders's True Believers

Caucusers in Colorado know what they want. They and supporters of the five other serious candidates cannot really be squeezed into two parties.

The caucus overfloweth.

Photographer: Leonid Bershidsky/Bloomberg

East High School in Denver, Colorado, home to 14 precincts for the Democratic caucuses, was a mob scene on Tuesday night. It was hard to judge the turnout, but one of the organizers told me there were about 5,000 people there, and I believed him: Rooms designated for caucusing were overflowing, and several precincts gave up and held their votes in the stairwell or outside the building.

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