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

Six states held their primaries on Tuesday, March 10, 2020: Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, and Washington. Vice President Joe Biden was declared a winner early in the Michigan, Mississippi, and Missouri primaries. He was declared the winner of the Idaho Primary in the middle of the night.

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., won North Dakota’s primary and holds a 2,000 vote lead in Washington whose results are slow coming in.

(Updated at 9:47 am CDT on 3/11/20.)

Idaho (Biden wins) – 20 delegates

With 100 percent reporting:

  1. Joe Biden – 48.9 perecent (52,679) – 11 delegates
  2. Bernie Sanders – 42.5 percent (45,815) – 9

Michigan (Biden wins) – 125 delegates

With 100 percent reporting:

  1. Joe Biden – 52.9 percent (838,555) – 71 delegates
  2. Bernie Sanders – 36.4 percent (578,754) – 51 delegates

Mississippi (Biden wins) – 36 delegates

With 100 percent reporting:

  1. Biden – 81.1 percent (216,126) – 31 delegates
  2. Sanders – 14.8 percent (39,873) 2

Missouri (Biden wins) – 68 delegates

With 100 percent reporting:

  1. Biden – 60.1 percent (399,439) – 40 delegates
  2. Sanders – 34.6 percent (229,638) – 23

North Dakota (Sanders wins) – 14 delegates

With 100 percent reporting:

  1. Sanders – 53.3 percent (7,582) – 5 delegates
  2. Biden – 39.8 percent (5,742) – 5

Washington (Sanders Leads) – 89 delegates

With 67 percent percent reporting:

  1. Sanders – 32.7 percent (335,498) – 17 delegates
  2. Biden – 32.5 percent (333,414) – 17
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