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Democratic Primaries 2020: State-by-State Results for ‘Super Tuesday II’ (Updating Live)

Michigan, Washington State, Missouri, Mississippi, Idaho, and North Dakota held primaries on Tuesday

Joe Biden has emerged victorious in at least four states — Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, and Idaho — that have held their primaries on a night known as “Super Tuesday II,” marking a relatively clear pathway to the Democratic nomination for the former Vice President.

With the recent departures of Senator Elizabeth Warren and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg from the presidential race, Tuesday’s primaries were focused on two candidates: Biden and Bernie Sanders. Biden had a strong performance during Super Tuesday and had victories in 10 states, while Sanders won at least five states and is the projected winner in California, which has the most delegates in play.

But as polls closed on Tuesday evening and projections were announced, the Sanders campaign suffered a major blow after it was projected that Biden would win Michigan, a state that Sanders previously won in 2016 and had the most delegates up for grabs on Super Tuesday II.

Speaking in Philadelphia, Biden thanked Sanders and his supporters and said they share “a common goal.”

“Together, we will defeat Donald Trump,” Biden said.

The first polls closed around 5 p.m. PT on Tuesday, while the latest in Idaho and Washington closed around 8 p.m. PT. As of midnight, the races in North Dakota and Washington State were too close to call.

Michigan, Washington State, Missouri, Mississippi, Idaho, and North Dakota also conducted their Republican primaries on Tuesday, and Donald Trump is expected to notch those victories.

Thus far, over 1,650 delegates have been allocated between the various Democratic candidates, and Biden is leading the pack with 823. Sanders follows with 663. (1,991 delegates are needed to win the nomination.)

This post will be updating live as the results are announced. Check back for updates.

Michigan (5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET)
Winner: Biden

Mississippi (5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET)
Winner: Biden

Missouri (5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET)
Winner: Biden

North Dakota (5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET)

Idaho (8 p.m. PT/11. p.m. ET)
Winner: Biden

Washington (8 p.m. PT/11 p.m. ET)