Despite the Sting of Super Tuesday, Sanders Camp Stays Hopeful

The Takeaway

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Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have both been vying for the Democratic presidential nomination, and each candidate faced their biggest hurdle when voters in a dozen states went to the polls on Tuesday.

Clinton won seven states yesterday, while Sanders won four. Sanders lost Massachusetts, which borders his home state of Vermont.

How are the results of Super Tuesday being absorbed in the Sanders camp, and what will the impact be on his campaign moving forward? The Takeaway talks to the former chair of the Massachusetts Democratic Party, Philip Johnston, who has long been a champion of the senator from Vermont.