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Spread out across forty eight states plus American Samoa the Northern Mariana Islands Puerto Rico Guam DC the U. S. Virgin Islands and Democrats living abroad to cast their ballots through the mail next stop Nevada February twenty second then South Carolina February twenty ninth total ninety delegates up for grabs in those states Joe Biden looking for a clear victory in South Carolina a contest where black voters represent the majority just three days later the big one super Tuesday March third sixteen different contests across the country totaling more than thirteen hundred delegates with California leading the way four hundred and fifteen current polling has Bernie Sanders on top out there but that's in flux the biggest unknown for the Democrats Mike Bloomberg the former mayor strategy of sitting out the first four contests may pay off if Joe Biden quits because a big chunk abide support will then go to Bloomberg on super Tuesday mayor Michael ready spent two hundred million in more than a dozen states on advertisements after March third it will still be on clear we could be heading toward a brokered convention in Milwaukee the first since nineteen fifty two that would be something a brokered convention delegates can vote for who ever they want behind the scenes in a moment how you are being deceived by the press right back you have trusted me for years to give it to you straight no span and look out for you so please take my advice today start preparing while the media is busy distracting you there are real threats to our health and safety that few talk about economic turmoil quarantines civil unrest can happen often in the blink.