There is nothing I like more than watching election results come in, and nothing I hate more than waiting for the polls to close. The political commentary on TV, when it is not simply offensively anti-Bernie, is fatuous. The polls close at 7 pm this evening. Results will be coming in by eight. There will then be fifty-nine hours until the polls open Tuesday morning in the East on Super Tuesday. Leaving to one side the vast number of early votes already cast, the notion of "momentum" between tonight and Tuesday morning is nonsense. Biden is toast.
If the latest California poll is right, then Bernie may actually bag all 144 of the at-large delegates there, and a sizable fraction of the 271 delegates awarded CD by CD. I suspect he won't win all 144, but he could. He will also almost certainly win the preponderance of the 226 Texas delegates.
We shall see.