Op-Ed: Political pundits who had written Democratic contender Bernie Sanders off are having to re-think a little this Easter Sunday.
Saturday Mr Sanders pulled off significant wins in his quest to become leader of the Democrats in the USA.
Sanders comfortably won Hawaii, Washington and Alaska.
Latest figures still show Bernie trailing Hillary Clinton but it is not over, not yet.
To win the Democratic nomination either Mr Sanders of Ms Clinton need 2,383 delegates and 2,049 are still available.
So Clinton has 1,712 delegates and Sanders 1,004 at this time
If Sanders was successful it would maybe hearten Jeremy Corbyn and his supporters in the UK. This fairly new leader of the Labour party has more left-wing policies and views than recent leaders of the party who have veered to the right wing of politics and some would say veered too far.
Sanders and Corbyn have much in common; they have been fighting for what they believe in for many years.
Politics around the world is either lurching to the left or the right in 2016 as the centre ground has lost its voting appeal.
But would a Sanders' nomination help or hinder Republican hopeful and likely nominee Donald Trump?
Trump is a right-winger who along the campaign trail has made wild promises, verbally abused a whole range of groups of people and wants to build walls and create further division.
What he would actually do if he won the nomination and the presidency is not clear as it could be all talk but he is a frightening prospect for sure.
Sadly in the UK, although a huge majority of Labour party voters elected Mr Corbyn as party leader, some of the old guard refuse to give up their own personal vision of what is good for the party and what is electable.
In-fighting is taking up too much time allowing the Tory government to run amok.
Would a Sanders nomination unite Democrats or lead to a period of uncertainty and division in that American political party?
Would the old idea of left is scary, you know 'better dead than red', help a right wing nut job, yes I said that, Donald Trump get the keys to the White House.
Our futures as always are in the hands of voters as well as politicians.
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