Bernie Sanders hasn't won a caucus yet. Despite his status as a challenger to be reckoned with, Sanders lost the Iowa and Nevada caucuses (if only by a sliver) to frontrunner Hillary Clinton. He's 0-2. But there is good news ahead, if you subscribe to prognosticator Nate Silver's line of thought. Silver thinks Sanders could start a caucus sweep from here -- and take Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Minnesota, Nebraska, Washington and Wyoming. That's right, win them all. Huh?
Bernie is 0-2 in caucuses so far -- and might win every state caucus from here on out. https://t.co/E9k8umuEr5
— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) February 20, 2016
Silver gets straight to his main reason. "Those are a bunch of really white states," he writes. White people like Sanders enough for Silver to predict a possible caucus rout. Colorado and Michigan are next. Both states will caucus on Super Tuesday -- March 1. Sanders will need to begin the climb. He currently has 70 delegates to Clinton's 502. The prize goes to the candidate who gets 2,283 of them.The BEST SALES on Amazon NOW ]