Biden wins Hawaii primary with just 63% of votes

Biden wins Hawaii primary with just 63% of votes

Former Vice President Joe Biden won the Hawaii Democratic presidential primary but gained only 63.2% of the votes cast despite being the only candidate still campaigning. Senator Bernie Sanders, who received 36.8%, has conceded the nomination and endorsed Biden. Biden received 16 delegates bringing his total to 1531 of the 1991 needed to win the nomination.

Skeptic
Skeptic
atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 1 months

Some Republican landslides from history: * 1972 – Richard Nixon (R) received 520 (96.7%) of the electoral votes while George McGovern (D) received only 17 (3.2%). * 1980 – Ronald Reagan (R) received 489 (90.9%) of the electoral votes while Jimmy Carter (D) received only 49 (9.1%). * 1984 – Ronald Reagan (R) received 525 (97.6%) of the electoral votes while Walter Mondale (D) received only 13 (2.4%). ‐------------------------------------- Wonder if Trump v. Biden will make this list?

Sage
Sage 1 months

To bad no one took Gabbard seriously. She was probably the best of the pack.

Daniel McEwen
Daniel McEwen 1 months

Who opposed Biden in the primary? Wait, nevermind. Votes also went to a candidate who dropped out last month.

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 1 months

It's pretty sad when you're the only guy running and you can barely get a majority in your party to vote for you.

Pj
Pj 1 months

I see you mr. $niff master

bostonboy
bostonboy 1 months

In other news the sun will rise tomorrow!

Max Bants
Max Bants 1 months

This is pathetic

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 1 months

Who cares

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