- Kohn: Hillary Clinton won several major contests Tuesday night, powering her quest for the party nomination
- She says the Democratic Party is stronger thanks to passion driving Bernie Sanders' campaign
Sally Kohn is an activist, columnist and television commentator. Follow her on Twitter: @sallykohn. The opinions expressed in this commentary are hers.
(CNN)On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton was the big winner Tuesday night. She had strong victories in Florida and North Carolina and won her native state of Illinois. But Ohio was a particularly welcome win, coming just a week after Bernie Sanders scored an upset with Rust Belt voters in Michigan. The message that the Sanders campaign tried to send was that Clinton was a "regional candidate" who could only win states with large percentages of black and brown voters.