by Scott Creighton
This is interesting.
Bernie Sanders won two states yesterday in the Democratic Party primary, Utah and Idaho, while Hillary Clinton won Arizona.
What’s interesting is Utah and Idaho both have caucus systems while Arizona is counted electronically on a Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) System.
Sanders crushed Killary in both caucus states winning 78% of the vote in Idaho and almost 80% in Utah. In Arizona, Clinton won 57% to 39%.
There’s definitely an interesting pattern developing here. To bad it costs campaigns so much money for a recount.