Joe Biden rolled to a convincing victory in the Illinois Democratic presidential primary Tuesday night.
Former Vice President Joe Biden will sweep Tuesday's races and win the Arizona, Illinois and Florida Democratic primaries, CNN projects, victories that will allow him to substantially expand his delegate lead over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders as they vie for the Democratic nomination.
Joe Biden swept to victory in Michigan’s pivotal primary contest Tuesday, while notching wins elsewhere in the Midwest and the South, building on the former vice president's momentum from Super Tuesday a week ago and further clouding Sen. Bernie Sanders’ path forward in the presidential race.
Former Vice President Joe Biden clinched a win in Michigan’s primary on Tuesday night, delivering a tough blow to Sen. Bernie Sanders. Biden appeared to perform well both with Michigan’s African American population and its white working class, two groups Democrats hope to turn out in a general election against President Donald Trump. The state contains 125 delegates; it is also a key one for Democrats hoping to do well in the Electoral College in November.
Incumbent Jackie Lacey seeks to avoid a runoff in heated race against against George Gascón and Rachel Rossi for L.A. County district attorney.
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Billionaire and environmental activist Tom Steyer ended his presidential bid on Saturday, after what appears to be a third-place finish in South Carolina's Democratic presidential primary.
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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders declares victory in the Nevada caucuses, telling his supporters in San Antonio, Texas, that he's feeling confident about his chances there, too.
The former VP picked up seven delegates, while Buttigieg, coming in third, took two delegates. The winner, Sanders, grabbed 18.
Sen. Bernie Sanders won narrowly, but can he expand his base? Pete Buttigieg again did well, but in another largely white state. And the story of the night was Sen. Amy Klobuchar's third-place finish.
Well, things largely went as expected this evening. Sanders finished first with 26 percent of the vote and Buttigieg was a close second with 24 percent. The one big surprise of the evening? Klobuchar’s third-place surge. She’s set to finish only about 4 points behind Buttigieg, which means she significantly overperformed her polls going into New Hampshire (she was polling at 10 percent in our average). That’s in large part thanks to late-deciders swinging her way.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders clinched a hard-fought victory in the first-in-the-nation primary in New Hampshire, as he battles with Pete Buttigieg to claim the mantle as the front-runner for the Democratic nomination.
On the eve of the New Hampshire primary, how can it be there is still no winner of last week’s Iowa caucuses? Final results of the Democratic caucus were released late Sunday, after the Iowa Democratic Party made a series of corrections to a tally initially delayed by several days. That’s not the end of the count, however, as Sen. Bernie Sanders and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg exercised their right Monday to ask the state party to take another look at its reporting of the results.
Pete Buttigieg appears to be, at the final count, the winner of the 2020 Iowa caucuses. But the story isn’t quite over yet. Sen. Bernie Sanders’s campaign has said it will ask the Iowa Democratic Party to recanvass some of the vote.
The Iowa caucuses, the first contest of the 2020 Democratic primary, have been going for hours, and at this point it’s clear that results are badly delayed. As of 11:40 pm, not a single precinct’s votes have been publicly reported by the state party; at this point in 2016, 90 percent of precincts had reported their totals.
Iowa Presidential Caucus Results 2020
The Iowa presidential caucuses were thrown into chaos late Monday after the state Democratic Party said it found "inconsistencies" in the reporting of results and some election workers encountered issues with a new results app.
Sen. Bernie Sanders remains on track to lose the Democratic nomination race, but he nonetheless managed to keep his agenda at the center of it with a victory in Indiana over the front-runner, Hillary Clinton.
On Tuesday night Hillary Clinton won sweeping primary victories in Texas and throughout the South, and Donald Drumpf won primaries from the Deep South to New England. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz won his home state, Oklahoma and Alaska, Bernie Sanders won four states, and Marco Rubio won Minnesota.