Biden Wins Connecticut In Final Presidential Primary Of The Year

Former vice president Joe BidenJoe BidenNAACP wants to boost black voter turnout in six states, with Biden saying Trump Harris VP pick would be the ‘fine choice’ for Kamala Harris: choose the traditional (and predictable) all along Connecticut won the presidency on Tuesday – the last presidential primary of the year – as he continues to submit delegates to the party’s conference a few days before his formal nomination.

According to The Associated Press, Biden garnered about 84 percent of the vote, with 23 percent reporting pretexts. Sen Bernie sandersBernie Sandersbaden wins Connecticut in Vermont Rep’s final presidential primary. Peter Welch easily won the primary three lawsuits and three opposition to take on Biden Harris More. (I-Vt.) Was trailing with about 12 percent.

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Sanders, who dropped out of the Democratic race in April and supported Biden, was slated to speak at the party’s convention in support of a former White House bid the following week.

Biden won Connecticut, which would mortgaged Sen 60 hours after he was announced as the running mate of Kamala Harris (D-California).

The Connecticut primary was originally scheduled in late April, but was postponed twice due to the coronovirus epidemic.

In total, Biden won 42 state primary contests plus Washington, DC, while Sanders won seven. Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Butt won the most delegates in Iowa.

According to the AP, Sanders had 1,073 delegates with 2,627 people at the Biden chiefs’ conference.