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Super Tuesday RESULTS

Super Tuesday RESULTS

Over 1,300 Delegates in Play for 2020 Democratic Candidates

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNwyETe_n4I

It’s Super Tuesday, which means fourteen states voted in primaries today. Over 1,300 delegates are up for grabs for the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.

California has 415 delegates while Texas has 228 delegates.

The 2020 Democratic primary consists of five people: Vice President Joe Biden, former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).

As of Tuesday morning, Sanders had 60 delegates. Biden is in second place with 54 delegates. Warren had seven while Bloomberg and Gabbard have none.

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STATE RESULTS

Remember, “winning” a state is symbolically important, but what really matters is delegates, and whether the 2nd and 3rd place contenders pass the 15% threshold to get delegates. While “winners” will be declared early, delegate counts will not be known until much later.

Alabama

American Samoa

https://twitter.com/Breaking911/status/1235006235122036736?s=20

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Maine

Too close to call as of 2:01 AM ET.

Massachusetts

Minnesota

North Carolina

Oklahoma

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

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Comments

I wonder who Bernie voted for. Bloomberg, Biden?

Strange thing in Massachusetts . . . the R ballots had a big blue band at the top, the D ballots a red band. Whatever happened to that “Blue State/Red State” thing?

    rocky71 in reply to tom_swift. | March 3, 2020 at 7:07 pm

    Perhaps the Mass Dems are trying to cement their position as The Red party now that masks are coming off…

    fscarn in reply to tom_swift. | March 3, 2020 at 8:14 pm

    This un-enrolled voter did his part of Operation Chaos here in MA. Though I feared that it would burst into flames in my very conservative fingers, I took a D ballot and gave the nod to the Bern.

    I want the November election to be one of real contrasts. Really put it to the voters, in the starkest of terms,

    “In which direction do you [the voters] want the country to head?”

    The way of the Founders/Framers (with Trump acting as an imperfect proxy),

    or, the way of the EU/USSR/PRC/UN (with Bernie as a model proxy)

    Do we want freedom FROM government (which is the question with which the Framers wrestled) via limited, constitutional government whereby government itself is bound by law, or do we want total government?

    Geologist in reply to tom_swift. | March 3, 2020 at 9:19 pm

    How the hell did we let the media label Republicans — true blue patriots — as “red” and Dems — pinko commies, reds — as “blue” in the first place? This has always bugged me. I ain’t no pinko Commie!

      CaptTee in reply to Geologist. | March 4, 2020 at 10:44 am

      Back in the 1980s, wearing a red tie was viewed as a confident, power symbol and a lot of Reagan Republicans started wearing red ties.

    Milhouse in reply to tom_swift. | March 4, 2020 at 2:22 am

    The TV networks used to alternate the red and blue designations; R-Red and D-Blue just happened to be the way they had it in 2000, and the reporting on that race created the public expectation that the same colors would continue to be used. It has never had any official status, and there’s no reason the MA electoral officials should honor it.

    And yes, it’s weird that the GOP somehow got stuck with red, the color of socialist parties all over the world, while the Dems got stuck with Conservative Blue.

Fox is already projecting Biden wins Virginia. No surprise.

I’m most curious to see how Mini Mike fares. Am I alone in being surprised that Beto didn’t endorse Bloomberg? The two were BFFs in the gun battle. I wonder why the bad breakup?

    MajorWood in reply to EOS. | March 3, 2020 at 7:11 pm

    Skateboarders live on slurpees. Bloomberg hates slurpees. Skateboard Bob has his priorities.

    txvet2 in reply to EOS. | March 3, 2020 at 8:01 pm

    Didn’t Biden promise Beto a job as anti-gun czar?

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to EOS. | March 3, 2020 at 8:08 pm

    Speaking of Dictator Wannabe Mini Mike, have you seen this video of him CHOWING down on Junk Food and spreading germs?

    Mike Bloomberg Demonstrates
    How To Spread Germs During the Coronavirus Outbreak

    AG William Barr @

    ?JUST WOW?

    Mini Mike is an absolute SLOB.

    Watch him AWKWARDLY rip a slice of pizza, place it back into the community pizza box, lick his fingers, then put his hands on the box of coffee!

rabid wombat | March 3, 2020 at 7:28 pm

As fun as all this is…I really want to see the overall turnout numbers R vs D. I really think this will be a slaughter, considering the R’s are showing up for either the down volte, or the D disruption….

I think a lot held their nose in 2016, are energized to vote in 2020….

Why is it okay for people to be inside precinct polling places videoing and photographing voters? If it’s okay then what stops news reporters from doing the same thing? It seems like it could be used to intimidate people.

Shoving a cam-phone into a persons face is a pretty aggressive act.

One could surreptitiously photograph voter role sheets used by precinct workers under the pretense that they’re just photographing a friend. That doesn’t seem kosher.

I exercised my franchise and voted for Biden. I feel sorry for the guy as I truly believe he has dementia or worse. He may not make it until Super Thursday, let alone November. A medical exam may be in order.

American Somoan is not on the list:
Bloomberg gets five whole delegates Gabberd gets one.

Here in EL Paso TX, at 0715 a small line with all machines occupied. About a dozen folks verifying on site to vote R, we have an open primary system. No technical issues.

This afternoon local radio reporting 34K early d votes this cycle vs 17K in 2016. This seems at first look to be a fired up d base. Maybe they the final totals won’t be up as much but lots of Bernie bros here in EL Paso.

One thing to remember. It’s not the wins or votes it’s the delegates.

This couldn’t be a better result for POTUS and liberty-loving Americans (i.e., conservatives). All-out internecine war between Corrupt Biden’s decidedly lukewarm supporters, and, Comrade Sanders’ rabid neo-communist brownshirts. Whoever emerges from this smackdown will be a deeply-flawed candidate pushing a demonstrably failed and discredited ideology, who has alienated half of the embittered Dhimmi-crat base, merely by denying the other Dhimmi-crat candidate the nomination.

Pass the popcorn and take a seat — this is going to be fun to watch.

I will be interested to see the final numbers for Trump, in terms of how many come out simply to say they voted for him twice in 2020!

I remember of the joys of voting against Hillary twice in 2016!

    What you voted for Sanders in the 2020 primary?

      guyjones in reply to RodFC. | March 4, 2020 at 6:43 am

      Probably because Comrade Sanders would have been a far weaker candidate than crone Hillary, in 2016. So, a conservative voting for him in the primary in 2016, or, at present, is a strategic calculation designed to give POTUS the weakest possible Dhimmi-crat as an opponent.

    Of course the drama was with the Ds, but our President had unbelievable numbers..I watched news coverage for two hours, and this is not getting much press.

    https://twitter.com/charliekirk11/status/1235068714355064832?s=20

      McGehee in reply to amwick. | March 4, 2020 at 7:44 am

      Mrs. McG and I early-voted here in Georgia in a staunchly Republican county. The two presidential primary elections, R and D, are the only things on the ballot.

      The place (one of two early-voting locations in the county, and in the even-more-Republican-if-that’s-possible eastern part) was surprisingly busy, considering there’s only one name on the R ballot here — and early-voting goes on for three weeks.

Looks like the Romney voters are going big for Bernie.

Looks like Joe has all the momentum, until he gives tonights acceptance speech, then crash.

“Over 1,300 delegates are up for grabs”

And Bill Clinton sez, “Woot! I feel your…”

Insert optional lip quiver here ________.

Biden got to speak and introduced his wife as his sister.

Bloomberg can brag that he won American Samoa, money well spent

    RodFC in reply to buck61. | March 4, 2020 at 12:23 am

    Yeah but how much of that money did Bloomberg spend in Illinois, New York and Florida. It’s conceivable that he could win those states.

    Something I would like to see to get a brokered convention.

Given that now there are only five people in the race, is there any reason not to ask Tulsi to the next debate?

All of this horse race stuff is nice, but what counts is who won how many total delegates.

This is walking by the graveyard.
Biden’s speech was terrific for the most part. When he strayed from the teleprompter he did have moments of hesitation and stumbled. However this was hardly enough to detract from the exuberance of his day by his fans.
Ridiculing the enemy to one’s own troops might inspire troops, but it does not diminish the power of the enemy’s troops. Bernie will get a serious money injection and some real pros will show up to keep him out of the media except when orchestrated.
Just like Hillary.
There will be a battle ahead.

    RodFC in reply to puhiawa. | March 4, 2020 at 2:13 am

    The thing to take away. THe one nonscripted moment, right after the protestors Biden was confused as hell for a couple of minutes.

I think the story in North Carolina is how close the race was in the 11th Congressional District. Mark Meadows is retiring and gave his blessing to Lynda Bennett to replace him. She had the highest number of votes, but it really doesn’t matter. Since none of the twelve (!) candidates garnered 30%, there’s going to be a runoff. From Ballotpedia: “With all precincts reporting, Bennett received 22.7% of the vote to Cawthorn’s 20.4%. Jim Davis received 19.3%. A candidate needed more than 30% of the vote to win the primary outright. The primary runoff is May 12.

The most striking aspect of the vote appears to that Biden’s strength is where blacks constitute a majority or close to a majority of Democratic voters. The few white majority states that he won appear to be because of its splitting between Bernie, Warren, and Blomberg.

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