It was an extremely tight race in Nevada Tuesday night in the Democratic Party’s Presidential Caucus. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders ran neck and neck in that state while in Oregon Sanders came through with a decisive win. Although he still has a long way to go if he is to win his party’s nomination, and most people say it is impossible, he and his supporters vow to keep fighting.
Some Clinton supporters worry that if he loses Sanders will not support Hillary as the nominee. Danny Beus, treasurer for the Cache County Democratic Party, disagrees.
“Bernie’s chances are slim, very slim right now,” Beus says. “But I believe that the goal is to keep (Donald) Trump out. I do believe that Bernie Sanders will be a big part of making that happen.”
Beus believes that the two campaigns will come together at the national convention, if not before.