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***Live Updates*** Super Tuesday Election Results

***Live Updates*** Super Tuesday Election Results
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Six states (Mississippi, Missouri, Michigan, Idaho, North Dakota, and Washington) and Democrats abroad will hold primaries tonight as former Vice President Joe Biden looks to build on his wins from the last Super Tuesday primaries.

Polls begin to close in Michigan, Mississippi, North Dakota, and Missouri at 8 PM ET. Polls in Washington will be the last to close at 11 PM ET.

Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates. All times eastern.

  • Mississippi (36 delegates): Biden projected to win.
  • Missouri (68): Biden projected to win.
  • Michigan (125): Biden projected to win.
  • Idaho (25): Biden projected to win.

1:28 AM: Sanders still at just 14.9% in Mississippi with 98.5% of the vote in. He needs to get to 15% to get delegates.

1:15 AM: AP calls Idaho for Biden:

Joe Biden wins the Idaho Democratic primary, adding to a string of victories that dealt a major blow to Bernie Sanders’ hopes of winning the nomination. https://t.co/7mYCBnePv8

— The Associated Press (@AP) March 11, 2020

12:05 AM: On to Arizona:

“He’ll debate,” a Sanders aide tells CNN.
The campaign has been very tight-lipped but there is a desire, in and outside of it among progressives, to see Sanders line up against Biden — at least one more time — on Sunday night in Phoenix.

— Greg Krieg (@GregJKrieg) March 11, 2020

11:40 PM: Voters think they can trust Biden to deal with coronavirus.

In a state that has been an epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., Washington voters picked Joe Biden over Bernie Sanders 46-27% in preliminary exit poll results as best able to handle a major crisis. https://t.co/yhjipzPIGk pic.twitter.com/psGbCTVCB5

— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) March 11, 2020

Washington state, per exit poll

White, no college degree
Biden 45%
Sanders 33%
Warren 9%

White, college+
Biden 42%
Sanders 26%
Warren 16%

[These two groups make up >80% of the WA Dem electorate]

— Steve Kornacki (@SteveKornacki) March 11, 2020

11:00 PM: Polls in Washington now closed. Idaho and North Dakota not called.

#WashingtonPrimary results will take a while to arrive, but here’s clue from exit poll about where things are heading… pic.twitter.com/38uJkaGhKt

— Kabir Khanna (@kabir_here) March 11, 2020

Exit polls from #WashingtonPrimary show that @JoeBiden won white voters (both college educated and non-college educated) over @BernieSanders.

— Julio Ricardo Varela (@julito77) March 11, 2020

10:48: Biden says he wasn’t planning a rally but his headquarters are around the corner. He says coronavirus is a “matter of presidential leadership.” Biden now going into his standard stump speech. He says he is now “very much alive” after the political world declared his campaign dead just a couple of weeks ago. He says there is a ways to go but “it looks like we’re going to have another good night.” He speaks about his victories in Mississippi, Michigan, and Missourah. He says “character” is on the ballot int he fall. He says his campaign is taking off. He thanks Sanders and his supporters for their “passion” and “tireless energy.” He says they share a “common goal” of beating Trump. He says tonight we are a step closer to restoring decency, dignity, and honor in the White House. He says the country needs presidential leadership that is honest, trustworthy, and steady. He says that “restoring world order, that’s the American responsibility.” He says Trump’s “America first” policies have made “America alone.” Biden says “democracy is at stake” in this election and “everything that has made America America is truly at stake.”

Green New Deal protestors made their way into the National Constitution Center, where @JoeBiden is delivering his statement tonight. pic.twitter.com/EU1FMsybax

— Sarah Mucha (@sarahmucha) March 11, 2020

10:35 PM: Biden getting ready to speak in Philly. Sanders not planning to speak.

Sanders campaign says he will NOT be speaking tonight. He’s here in Burlington.

— Sean Sullivan (@WaPoSean) March 11, 2020

10:10 PM: Biden pulling ahead.

Here’s your 10 pm delegates update…

We’ve allocated about half of delegates at stake tonight, and Biden’s margin has increased to 150 delegates so far pic.twitter.com/snF9I6Lchi

— Kabir Khanna (@kabir_here) March 11, 2020

9:36 PM: On CNN, Yang endorses Biden. He says math says Biden is the “prohibitive nominee.”

9:13 PM:

Compare the Michigan map of four years ago to now (so far) pic.twitter.com/Z7o75x2s4l

— Shane Goldmacher (@ShaneGoldmacher) March 11, 2020

9:06 PM: Michigan: AP Calls It for Biden.

WASHINGTON (AP) — @JoeBiden wins Democratic presidential primary in Michigan #APRaceCall pic.twitter.com/sUlUS90kwe

— Meg Kinnard (@MegKinnardAP) March 11, 2020

9:00 PM: Priorities USA saying “math is now clear” for Biden.

The math is now clear. Joe Biden is going to be the Democratic nominee for President and @prioritiesUSA is going to do everything we can to help him defeat Donald Trump in November. I hope others will join us in the fight.

— Guy Cecil (@guycecil) March 11, 2020

8:55 PM: Clyburn reportedly wants to shut it down for Biden because prolonging primary increases chances Gaffe Machine Biden will do or say something crazy, plagiarize, or make stuff up out of thin air. He reportedly wants the DNC to cancel all of the debates as well.

NEW: House Majority Whip James Clyburn tells NPR if Bernie Sanders doesn’t win any states tonight, the Democratic National Committee should “shut this primary down” and “cancel the rest of these debates.” https://t.co/qdk7LADWXk pic.twitter.com/ZxbEOb6hPl

— NPR Politics (@nprpolitics) March 11, 2020

Rep. Clyburn on NPR just now: “I think when the night is over, Joe Biden will be the prohibitive favorite to win the Democratic nomination… If the night ends the way it has begun” it’s time to “shut this primary down,” meaning the DNC should “step in” and cancel future debates.

— Miles Parks (@MilesParks) March 11, 2020

He says prolonging the primary process only makes it more likely that the favorite, Biden in his eyes, “gets himself into trouble” and hurts himself for the general election

— Miles Parks (@MilesParks) March 11, 2020

8:50 PM: Dem base all-in for Biden:

Black voters over 60 years old in Mississippi are virtually unanimous via @CNN exit polls:

Biden 96% (!)
Sanders 3%
Others 1%

— Ryan Struyk (@ryanstruyk) March 11, 2020

8:35 PM: Michigan: Some early calls for Biden, but all polls in the state don’t close until 9 PM.

I’ve seen enough: Joe Biden wins the Michigan primary.

— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) March 11, 2020

Biden has an early 10-point lead over Sanders in Macomb County with 10.2% of precincts reporting. pic.twitter.com/0KLZ3iPLWq

— Chad Livengood (@ChadLivengood) March 11, 2020

Pretty straightforward story in Michigan: Biden doing better than Clinton just about everywhere. Won’t be a race call until all the polls are closed, but at this rate it wouldn’t surprise me if there wound up being enough for a call at that point

— Nate Cohn (@Nate_Cohn) March 11, 2020

8:09 PM: Interesting if this holds:

Sanders losing among white, non-college voters in MO, per exit poll so far.

— David Lauter (@DavidLauter) March 11, 2020

8:08 PM: Van Jones spot-on here:

“Underneath the politics at the top, you’ve got fear at the bottom…We need a government that can help the least of these.” #CNN #SuperTuesday2 pic.twitter.com/GXsW7VzgVb

— Van Jones (@VanJones68) March 10, 2020

8:02 PM: Biden projected to win Missouri:

The polls close in Mississippi and Missouri, and AP immediately calls both states for Joe Biden. Margins will matter for delegates.

— Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) March 11, 2020

Remember, Missouri was decided by a quarter of a point in 2016. If it’s already being called at 8:02 that’s very bad for Sanders. https://t.co/CNY7zRAuwW

— Alex Clearfield (@AlexClearfield) March 11, 2020

Exit polls, among black voters:

Mississippi
Biden 84
Sanders 13

Missouri
Biden 75
Sanders 22

— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) March 11, 2020

8:00 PM: Biden projected to win Mississippi:

based on analysis of exit polls, @ABC projects Joe Biden will win the Mississippi Democratic primary. No projection in Missouri yet, but Biden is leading Bernie Sanders there.

— Rick Klein (@rickklein) March 11, 2020

Mississippi has the highest percentage of black voters out of any state. NBC News exit polls report 84% of African American voters backed Biden, 13% Sanders.

— Emma Kinery (@EmmaKinery) March 11, 2020

When you’re losing the African-American vote by 71% in any state, you’re…not competitive in a Democratic primary.

— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) March 11, 2020

7:59 PM: Biden’s advisers have some more time to remind him not to pull another Biden.

NEW: @JoeBiden will deliver remarks on responding to the Coronavirus in Delaware on Thursday

His previously scheduled event in Tampa later that evening has been cancelled pic.twitter.com/bWGthLNFWG

— Johnny Verhovek (@JTHVerhovek) March 10, 2020

7:45 PM: Sanders campaign and allies on long lines in Michigan:

Michiganders — just 30 minutes before the polls close! If you’re in line by 8pm they have to let you vote. Go now! Those in charge are hoping you won’t vote— and if you do, that you don’t vote for Bernie. Now is the time for change. Dump Trump! Create Medicare for All! Bernie!

— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) March 10, 2020

At a time when Democrats correctly attack Republicans for voter suppression, to see voters standing in long lines for hours in Michigan and around America is an outrage. Election officials must address these problems immediately, and if necessary, keep polling places open longer.

— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) March 10, 2020

7:30 PM: The first polls will close at the top of the hour, and Biden is reportedly preparing remarks about the coronavirus that he will deliver in Philadelphia this evening. Biden’s challenge will be to not stick his foot in his mouth or randomly wing parts of the speech to make voters trust him less. That’s Trump’s challenge as well.

#MichiganPrimary early exit polls:

On whom voters trust most to handle a major crisis

Biden 52
Sanders 32

CBS pic.twitter.com/Qs9UayWhma

— Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) March 10, 2020

NBC News: Michigan expects delays in primary results due to backlog of absentee ballots

— Jesse Rodriguez (@JesseRodriguez) March 10, 2020

According to early NBC News Exit Polls, black voters make up roughly two-thirds of those casting ballots in the Mississippi primary – higher than the share of black voters in South Carolina, Alabama and Virginia.

— Geoff Bennett (@GeoffRBennett) March 10, 2020

Former Vice President @JoeBiden plans to speak about the coronavirus in his address tonight, a Biden senior adviser tells @DanaBashCNN. The remarks are still being written. He is also expected to address the crisis more broadly and extensively in the coming days.

— Sarah Mucha (@sarahmucha) March 10, 2020

Signs have been posted on the doors of the convention center where @BernieSanders was supposed to have his event letting people know the rally has been canceled out of “concern for public health and safety” pic.twitter.com/DbGkrYUESF

— Sarah Ewall-Wice (@EwallWice) March 10, 2020

.@JoeBiden will address the press from Philadelphia tonight at the National Constitution Center, following the cancelation of his Cleveland Rally “in accordance with guidance from public officials and out of an abundance of caution.”

— Molly Nagle (@MollyNagle3) March 10, 2020

EXIT POLLS: Most Democrats want a nominee who “can beat Trump” #MTPDaily

59% of Democrats prefer a candidate who can “beat Trump” rather than a candidate who “agrees with you” on issues pic.twitter.com/zehiVQOGoZ

— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) March 10, 2020

Election workers in Washington taking no chances.

Amid ongoing #coronavirus concerns in Washington, the Clark County election staff are taking no chances; wearing gloves and keeping cleaning supplies close Monday as they go through thousands of mail-in ballots for today’s #primary #LiveOnK2 pic.twitter.com/vL2MbBkhSU

— Dan McCarthy (@DanMcKATU) March 10, 2020

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