WORT’s Darien Lamen talks with John Nichols about what’s happening in Wisconsin’s Democratic presidential primary. Where will Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have to focus their attentions to win the state? Youth? Up north? African American and Latino voters? Does Bernie have enough momentum to remain a contender in upcoming primaries, and would he run as an independent in the general election if he’s not the Democratic party’s nominee? Nichols says, for both candidates, the stakes of the April 5th Wisconsin primaries are high.
Nichols writes about electoral politics for The Nation magazine and he is also Associate Editor of The Capital Times in Madison.