Tag Archive: Super Tuesday Primaries

Mar 14 2020

2020 Presidential Primaries: Northern Mariana Islands Convention

Senator Bernie Sanders (VT-I) won the the Northern Mariana Islands Democratic caucuses Saturday. A small string of islands in the Pacific, that has been a US territory since 1975, will send six delegates to the Democratic National Convention in July. As a territory, the Northern Mariana Islands gets a voice in the primary, but not …

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Mar 10 2020

2020 Presidential Primaries: 6 More States – 352 Delegates

There are six states holding primaries today that will bestow another 352 delegates to the only three candidates left in the race: former Vice President Joe Biden; Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT); and Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI). Currently. Mr. Biden leads in the count with 664 delegates to Mr. Sanders’ 573 and Ms. Gabbard’s 2. Mr. …

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Mar 04 2020

2020 Presidential Primaries: Super Tuesday – March 3 – The Aftermath

The vote counting went on into the wee hours of the morning due to the long lines in Texas and California but for different reasons. In Texas, it was the usual voter suppression by closing or moving hundreds of voting station in heavily Democratic white and minority neighborhoods. While in California, it was a confusing …

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Mar 04 2020

2020 Presidential Primaries: The Bloom Is Gone

After spending hundred of millions od dollars to blanket the airways with ads and his dismal showing in the primaries yesterday, former Mayor Michael Bloomberg has ended his campaign. As the candidate who claims he is best positioned to defeat President Donald Trump in November licked his wounds, his campaign signalled to NBC News that …

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Mar 03 2020

2020 Presidential Primaries: Super Tuesday – March 3

Fourteen states and one US territory vote today to make their choice for whom they want as candidate for President. Both parties are holding primaries and a caucus. Donald Trump still has a challenger, former Governor Bill Weld (R-MA), who has said he will not drop out after today. The number of candidates for the …

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