Wisconsin voters react to Super Tuesday results at area watch parties
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A good night for Joe Biden meant a bad night at Puddlers Hall, where the Milwaukee Democratic Socialists of America were hoping for a stronger showing from Bernie Sanders.
Sanders started to pick up a couple of states, including Colorado and Utah alongside Vermont.
"I guess people aren't as progressive as we'd hoped, and we definitely need to make sure that anywhere that still needs to vote for the primary is rooting for Bernie too," said Rachael Steidl of Milwaukee Democratic Socialists of America.
At Raised Grain in Waukesha, Democratic voters were excited to see Biden picking up a string of states in the south and taking the delegate lead from Sanders.
Biden appears to be consolidating the moderate vote, and that's exactly what happened with voters we talked to.
"The candidate that I was initially supporting dropped out," said voter Andrea Dorants. "It was Pete Buttigieg. And when he dropped out and he supported Biden, that's kind of where my vote naturally went."
We are still more than a month away from Wisconsin's primary.
It's looking more and more like a two person decision come April 7.