Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders
ADVERTISEMENT

Former Vice President Joe Biden routed U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., in the Arizona, Florida, and Illinois Democratic presidential primaries on Tuesday.

Results at the time of this writing:

Arizona (67 Delegates)

With 70 percent reporting:

  1. Joe Biden – 43.2 percent (222,573) – 26 delegates
  2. Bernie Sanders – 30.9 percent (159,105) – 22

Florida (219 delegates)

With 99 percent reporting:

  1. Biden – 61.9 percent (1,070,825) – 140 delegates
  2. Sanders – 22.8 percent (395,069) – 48

Illinois (155 delegates)

  1. Biden – 59.1 percent (909,460) – 93 delegates
  2. Sanders – 36.1 percent (554,974) – 46

Ohio was scheduled to hold their primary on Tuesday, but Ohio Governor Mike DeWine postponed the election due to concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the state.

The next primaries in the Democratic primary race are on April 4th in Alaska, Hawaii, and Wyoming.

The current delegate count is:

  1. Biden – 1147
  2. Sanders – 861
  3. Elizabeth Warren – 72
  4. Mike Bloomberg – 61
  5. Pete Buttigieg – 26
  6. Amy Klobuchar – 7
  7. Tulsi Gabbard – 2

The Democratic presidential nominee will need 1,991 delegates to secure the nomination on the first ballot of the Democratic National Convention.

Subscribe For Latest Updates

Sign up to receive stimulating conservative Christian commentary in your inbox.

Invalid email address
We promise not to spam you. You can unsubscribe at any time.
You May Also Like

No “Hit and Run” Campaigning in Iowa for Bobby Jindal

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s presidential campaign has committed to a 99 county tour of Iowa and has spent 40 days in Iowa attending 79 events since 2012.

Hinson Raises More than $550,000 in First Quarter, Adds 4,232 New Donors

State Rep. Ashley Hinson, Republican candidate for Congress in Iowa’s 1st Congressional District, raised more than $550,000 in the first quarter.

Bachmann’s All In for 2012

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) announced her candidacy last night during the CNN…

Cruz Supporting Pastor Unable to Cite Any Evidence Cruz Would be a Good Executive

Adam Graham: Pastor Joseph Brown’s inability to cite evidence how Ted Cruz would be a good president is embarrassing to the Cruz campaign.