— Fox News (@FoxNews) March 27, 2016
Bernie continues to rack up the wins. This completes a weekend sweep for Sanders, who enjoyed victories in Alaska and Washington prior to being declared the winner in Hawaii.
— The Associated Press (@AP) March 27, 2016
As dismissive as the Clinton camp will be about this, there is no mistaking the significance of these wins for the Bernie train.
Bernie Sanders' big win in Hawaii, Alaska and Washington gives him clout https://t.co/8BnZmGwCUx
— TIME.com (@TIME) March 27, 2016
— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) March 27, 2016
— The Hill (@thehill) March 27, 2016
A real problem for the Clinton response to this is the fact that his margins of victory are YUGE and he is not as demographically-confined as she would like Democratic voters to believe.
— Sanders for NC (@SandersforNC) March 27, 2016
Watching Clinton supporters rationalize the “Sanders only wins white people” narrative with his 40% margin in Hawaii (22% white) is amazing
— Ryan O'Shea (@ryancoshea) March 27, 2016
This margin surprising even members of Sanders campaign https://t.co/CqYmYkPl59
— MaryAlice Parks (@maryaliceparks) March 27, 2016
It is unclear exactly how many delegates the senator from Vermont will earn from the contests this weekend, but perfectly clear is the pressure he continues to apply to Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. This was exemplified this morning when Sanders challenged Clinton to another debate before the New York primary.
— Meet the Press (@meetthepress) March 27, 2016
Inbox: Sanders Challenges Clinton to Debate in New York
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) March 27, 2016
Will Hillary accept his invitation?