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AP CALLS MICH FOR BIDEN!!!

NPR - just announced

THIS JUST IN

Calls: Biden is projected to win Michigan, in addition to Mississippi and Missouri.

https://apps.npr.org/liveblogs/20200310-primaries/#sanders-biden-cancel-ohio-rallies-43


Let's shut this primary down says House majority whip James Clyburn and I agree!

Clyburn: It's time to shut this primary down and cancel future debates

if things continue as they began tonight, in which case, Biden becomes the prohibitive favorite

(live interview on NPR)


AP calls Missouri for Biden

per NPR . . .


MAJOR DEVELOPMENT
Biden Projected To Win Missouri And Mississippi



In the first two calls of the night, the Associated Press projects Joe Biden to win Missouri and Mississippi. The wins come on the back of his 10-state win on Super Tuesday last week.


Here's a link to their March 10 Primary page which is updated by AP:
https://apps.npr.org/liveblogs/20200310-primaries/#sanders-biden-cancel-ohio-rallies-43



Source: AP (as of March 10, 2020 at 5:01 p.m. PT)

Biden is leading by 71 delegates -- Biden 453, Sanders 382

Biden: 453
Sanders: 382
Warren: 50
Bloomberg: 44
Buttigieg: 26
Klobuchar: 7
Gabbard: 1


"Candidates need 1,991 delegates to secure their nomination on the first ballot at the Democratic National Convention."

https://apps.npr.org/liveblogs/20200303-super-tuesday/

We're getting there!
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Updated to include Senator Warren

Joe has won Minnesota





Thank you Amy Klobuchar!!

Biden wins Alabama

Just heard on NPR

NPR: Coronavirus is a big factor today, and overwhelmingly favors . . . Biden!

Now that's a silver lining!

SC was a big win, not just for the delegates

but because it demonstrated decisively that Biden is best positioned to win in November because he's the candidate with closest ties to Barack and thus to African-American voters who supported him. Many have challenged that wisdom but last night proved it. And now Joe is going to Move on Up!!







NPR first numbers: Biden 54.6% in SC, Bernie & Styer tied at 18.6%

from their website: https://apps.npr.org/liveblogs/20200229-south-carolina/
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UPDATE 1: Now it's as follows:
Joe Biden - 46.3%
Bernie Sanders - 20.3%
Tom Steyer - 12.7%
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UPDATE 2:
Joe Biden - 50.0%
Bernie Sanders - 19.1%
Tom Steyer - 12.3%
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UPDATE 3 @ 4:30 pst:

Joe Biden - 50.8%

Bernie Sanders - 18.3%

Tom Steyer - 11.4%

"Why did you vote to give gun makers immunity?" Sanders: "Joe voted for terrible trade deals!"

Audience: booooooooo

Biden: NRA I'm coming after you!

Audience: YAYYYYYYYY!!

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