California Primary Results Finally Called

Washington still too close to call

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has officially won the biggest prize of the primary calendar. He’s been declared the winner in California more than a week after the Super Tuesday votes.

With 88 percent of the votes counted, Sanders leads with 34.3 percent of the vote. Former Vice President Joe Biden was in second place with 27.6 percent.

California has 415 delegates at stake. Sanders picked up 202 delegates compared to Biden’s 148.

Despite taking California, the senator did not end Super Tuesday with the most votes overall. The former vice president is leading the two-man field with 848 delegates, and Sanders now has 695.

Washington state is still too close to call, but the former vice president has taken a narrow lead as ballots continue to be counted.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders as they continue to vie for their party’s nomination in 2020 election primaries.
  • For voters who will be going to the polls next Tuesday in what could seal the race for one candidate or another.

Sources: NBC News, Los Angeles Times, Seattle Times


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