The state of the race for the Democratic nomination after Elizabeth Warren drops out

ABC News’ Deputy Political Director MaryAlice Parks looks ahead to next week’s primary races in 7 states.
1:56 | 03/06/20

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Transcript for The state of the race for the Democratic nomination after Elizabeth Warren drops out
For more on the state of the race and warrant dropping out let's bring an ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice park's Mary elsewhere Warren supporters go from here. Well it probably depends on just how old they are. We see in the data showed a huge divide has raised over age Bernie Sanders winning by leaps and bounds with the youth vote. And really struggling with older voters totally the flip side for Joseph Biden my guess is that. Bennett her supporters really split between the two of them largely based on age and he's not some political ideology that is pain started off. With a pretty diverse field now the two front runners are two white men over 75 how largely will diversity factor into their VP picks. I'll I think it's a must for that I do not think that a democratic candidate in because the rays can have. Another white man on the ticket I think they're feeling a ton of pressure. To name a woman and a woman of color to add some diversity to the ticket. I think it's really possible Elizabeth Warren waited too indoors for exactly that reason. For all we know she could be actively negotiating to be a VP pick for either of those two men remaining but other candidates that had been in the race Amy Klobuchar homily parents. Have had a lot of VP buzz around until I write and as we look ahead to mini Super Tuesday next week seven states are voting. What does this sanders' campaign need to do to re gain momentum. But I think that Michigan is the ballgame at this point. It was the state ydstie Knisley kept his campaign ally in 2016. And it really tells a story of the general election. Hillary Clinton who lost that state even though a lot of Democrats thought it was a part of a blue wall. So he can go in and win in Michigan cable really boost his argument that he is. The most electable candidate in the general election. But he can't it will be another big blow to him Mary Alice parks forests and Washington thank you marry us.

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