This story was originally published by Fusion and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

With Hillary Clinton now the presumptive Democratic nominee and a fresh wave of truly superdelegate endorsements rolling in — including President Obama and also progressive favorite Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) — Bernie Sanders’ backers, who have been some of the most engaged and passionate participants of this campaign cycle, are faced with a decision they’d hoped to avoid.

Their main options appear to be: 1) Continue supporting Sanders in the face of increasing odds and the risk of further splintering the Democratic Party; 2) Decide to support Clinton as the lesser of two evils, with the other, much bigger evil being Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump; 3) Don’t vote, or; 4) Look elsewhere for a lifeline. (Also, maybe leave the country?)