Politics Friday: Biden, Sanders campaigns reflect on Super Tuesday results

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At Elsie's restaurant in Minneapolis, supporters for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden gather to watch primary returns on Tuesday, March 3, 2020.
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The Democratic primary is now down to two – white men in their late 70s. On this edition of Politics Friday with host Mike Mulcahy, we cap off a newsy week as more Democratic presidential candidates drop out of the race leaving Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden.

Our guests explore the big questions that came out of Minnesota’s Super Tuesday results: How did former Biden pull off a victory in Minnesota? And how important was Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s endorsement?

Guests:

Corey Day is the past senior adviser in Minnesota for Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign.

Joelle Stangler is the Minnesota field director for the Bernie Sanders campaign.

Todd Rapp is the CEO of Rapp Strategies Inc.

Maureen Shaver is principal at Shaver Public Affairs.

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