It's a strongly contested primary, but between two old white people. For many Democrats, what do they care? Some years ago, a Democratic senator in a closed meeting described the Democratic Party as "Jews. Union. Blacks. Trial lawyers." (He immediately denied it.) Harsh reality: that's largely still true.
Election data compiled by Breitbart News on the Democratic Party’s primaries and caucuses in 2016 and 2008 show that turnout in is down significantly, nearly 20 percent, from the last contested election.The data also show that the about 4.5 million fewer people have voted in the Democratic presidential contest this year versus 2008.
Jews continue clinging to Israel's enemy.
Union leadership needs the Democrats to hold on to their declining control of jobs.
Trial lawyers don't want to give up their Mercedes addictions and get real jobs.
Blacks are increasingly figuring out that their leaders have sold them down the river, or just don't see someone that looks like them on the ballot.