After a drubbing in in the rust belt, Bernie's campaign appeared to be on life support. Hillary seemed to switch her focus towards the general election. Some of the pundit class began to opine about the best way to bring the Democratic part back together.
However Bernie injected some badly needed life into his campaign with a sweep of Alaska, Hawaii, and Washington. With these victories he closed the pledged delegate count to within 268. While he still trails heavily with the super delegates, the super delegates typically swing with the wind.
North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Wyoming hold much potential for Bernie especially if he is able to increase the young voter turnout. Bernie still faces an uphill battle but one with more hope.