The Democratic side is quite different, but for different reasons. Bernie Sanders has been on a roll of late, yet Hillary Clinton keeps rolling along. How can that be? It's largely because of the way the Democratic primaries were set up and the deck was stacked in favor of Hillary regardless of what the voters think. Superdelegates, the elite of the party, have voting privilege which is solidly in favor of Hillary despite what the public thinks. You can probably thank party chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz who was commissioned to make sure that Hillary wins after her fiasco performance against Obama eight years ago. Yet despite that, Bernie has made some clear indications that he might fight on and as long as he is in the battle the weaknesses of Hillary show more and more. This could really turn out to be interesting as we come to the wire of the primaries.
On Thursday morning's North Florida Writer Live (10 a.m. Eastern) we will talk about what is going on and where it is likely to lead. After all, this is a most unusual political year and we can't really rule out anything. Will Hillary wither and once again lose her chance on the main stage? Will a new player enter at the last minute for the Democrats, a party that has a very weak bench for the Presidency? And how will Donald Trump react as the focus turns to the overall electorate instead of just inter-party jousting? We'll talk about all of these things and more Thursday morning. Hope you'll turn in to the show. You never know, something new just might pop up in a very strange year. Here's the link: