Chad Hartman on the Democratic Primary: ‘I don't see the path for Amy and money’

Hartman thinks Klobuchar could be in "big trouble" if her funds dry up after Super Tuesday.

The Chad Hartman Show
February 26, 2020 - 3:12 am

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Sen. Amy Klobuchar has done better in the Democratic presidential primary than many pundits predicated, but with Super Tuesday quickly approaching, her time may be running out, according to News Talk 830 WCCO host Chad Hartman. 

“I think she still is going to win Minnesota. I think it's going to be close against Sanders. I think personally it may be closer than the polls are showing, but I don't see the path for Amy and money. If she doesn't have money after Super Tuesday, I think she's in big trouble about continuing in the race,” Hartman said following the debate Tuesday. 

Minnesota is one of 11 states where voters will cast their ballots on “Super Tuesday,” March 3, with the others being Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and delegate rich California. 

Tuesday’s debate was held in Charleston, South Carolina, where voters will go the polls on Saturday. 

Hartman thought Klobuchar performed well, but he wasn’t sure if it would be enough to keep her campaign alive. 

“To me it was a collection of the best of her hits, how she is from the midwest, about her family, working with moderates, working with Republicans, winning over Republican districts, but I don't know if those numbers are going to change,” he said. 

Listen to his full post-debate take here:



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