WASHINGTON – Joe Biden’s decisive victories in Florida, Illinois and Arizona on Tuesday effectively put the Democratic nomination out of reach for Bernie Sanders.
The former U.S. vice president won all three states by wide enough margins that he now has a majority of all delegates pledged so far, and more than half of the almost 2,000 he needs to secure the nomination at the party’s national convention this summer.
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