Grand pronouncements that Sanders can’t win could be wrong.
To understand how a Sanders candidacy might play out in those crucial areas, it’s worth zooming in on a microcosm of a divided Midwest: the 1st Congressional District in southern Minnesota.
Anchored by the city of Rochester, Minnesota’s 1st District has two distinct blocs of voters.
But if Trump runs up the score in the 1st Congressional District, the race will instantly become competitive.
Perhaps Sanders could win Minnesota — and the 1st Congressional District — in a landslide.

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