Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden. (Credit: Scott Olsen/Getty Images)

(Arutz Sheva) Primaries for the Democratic presidential nomination were held on Super Tuesday.

 As of 11:15 p.m. EST on Tuesday, former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden was the biggest winner, having been projected to win in Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Arkansas, Minnesota and Massachusetts. Likely wins in Texas and Maine were later reported as well.


Senator Bernie Sanders was projected to win the primaries in his home state of Vermont, where there are 16 delegates up for grabs, in addition to Colorado, Utah and California.

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg won American Samoa, which has six delegates at stake. He has since suspended his presidential bid and endorsed Biden.

A total of 14 states and one territory voted in the Democratic primaries on Super Tuesday, where one third of the delegates are allocated.

In Tennessee, several polling sites in areas that were impacted by deadly tornadoes remained open longer than previously permitted during Super Tuesday.


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