After months of campaigning, the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates can do little other than wait for S.C. voters to go to the polls and then see the results. https://t.co/RpRXDCp4rm
— The Post and Courier (@postandcourier) February 28, 2020
Seems like, after all the noise & chaos, South Carolina might be Joe Biden’s big day. Murphy the Trickster God knows he’s earned it the hard way!
The expectations game in politics is something. Two months ago I would have said a ten point win for Biden in South Carolina would be a devastating blow. Now it might jumpstart his candidacy.
— Sean T at RCP (@SeanTrende) February 29, 2020
3. Whether Clyburn's endorsement was well-timed.
4. Whether Republicans really turn out for Bernie
5. Levels of turnout, rural vs urban
6. Levels of turnout, under-30 vs over 65
7. How many voters decided in last week, and for whom?
8. Whether Steyer's money translates into votes
— Wyeth Ruthven (@wyethwire) February 28, 2020
Got a hunch Biden's gonna do better in SC than most people think. https://t.co/F1mlJ4b6IF
— Peter Wolf (@peterawolf) February 28, 2020
If people underestimated how damaging a poor showing in IA could be for Joe Biden’s prospects in NH (33 delegates), could they also be underestimating how big a boost a strong win in SC could be for Super Tuesday (1,357 delegates)?
— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) February 28, 2020
Reminder that five 2020 candidates who have withdrawn appear on the SC primary ballot: Michael Bennet, Cory Booker, John Delaney, Deval Patrick and Andrew Yang. Votes cast for these candidates do count. pic.twitter.com/qTY6JAM84p
— Andy Shain (@AndyShain) February 28, 2020
In a sign of the buzz generated from the 2020 presidential race, absentee voting in South Carolina’s Democratic primary surpassed 2016 numbers on Thursday.https://t.co/PdyI9j2ohZ
— The Post and Courier (@postandcourier) February 27, 2020
It's important to note that South Carolina keeps such precise demographic election data because of the Voting Rights Act.
— Wyeth Ruthven (@wyethwire) February 29, 2020
Check out @TheRoot’s rankings for each candidate’s Black aganda. Scores based on a matrix of policy goals and plans.
Klobuchar: 22 https://t.co/uAgeZWImtn
— Sawyer Hackett (@SawyerHackett) February 28, 2020