As a Long Race Beckons, Tuesday Winners Trump and Sanders Face Challenges

The Los Angeles Times‘ Cathleen Decker reports Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have tough challenges ahead as the presidential race widens. Trump and Sanders, who are considered the anti-establishment candidates in their respective parties, face a changing electorate and will have to translate their regional populist message into a national platform. “After a riotous eight days that ended with the first successful Democratic insurgent win here since 1984 and the first Republican win ever by a TV host and real estate entrepreneur, the races now diverge,” writes Decker. “Tuesday marked the end of regional contests and the beginning of a national campaign, with all the financial and logistical demands that entails.”

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