Former Vice President is on a roll since the South Carolina primary in early February. Biden has now won Washington state primary narrowly over Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, reported by the Associated Press. A total of six states voted on Tuesday, which includes Washington, Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, North Dakota, and Idaho. However, Washington state’s primary result has been released the last of all the six states on Monday evening.
Joe Biden displayed his dominance by winning all the states except North Dakota, which was won by Bernie Sanders. The win in Washington is a sign of continuous surge by the former Vice President in the Democratic primaries after losing badly and trailing behind Bernie Sanders. Of the two million casted votes, Biden won with a lead of more than 21,000 votes, according to the Associated Press. Biden received a total of 575,291 votes compared to Sanders 553,930 votes. A total of 13 candidates were on the ballot with Biden and Sanders as the leading candidates in the state primary. They are followed by Pere Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, and Elizabeth Warren, who dropped out of the race. In 2016, Sanders won the state’s caucuses defeating Hillary Clinton. In terms of voting percentage, Biden received 37.9 percentage of votes while Sanders got 36.4 percent.
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