ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — Polls have closed in Virginia’s 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary. The full results are listed below.
UPDATE 11:06 P.M.: The Associated Press projects that Bernie Sanders has scored the biggest haul of the night with a win in California, a state with 415 delegates at stake.
UPDATE 10:54 P.M.: According to The Associated Press, Joe Biden has won his eighth Democratic Primary of the night in Massachusetts, which has 91 delegates at stake.
UPDATE 10:35 P.M.: The Associated Press reports that Bernie Sanders has scored his third victory of Super Tuesday at Utah’s Democratic Primary. The state has 29 delegates at stake.
UPDATE 9:52 P.M.: Joe Biden has won two more victories on Super Tuesday in Arkansas, which has 31 delegates at stake, and Minnesota, which has 75 delegates at stake, according to The Associated Press.
UPDATE 9:39 P.M.: Despite voting delays due to overnight tornadoes, the current tally from The Associated Press reports Joe Biden as the victor for Tennessee’s Democratic Primary. Tennessee has 64 delegates at stake.
UPDATE 9:18 P.M.: The Associated Press projects Joe Biden as the winner in the Oklahoma Democratic Primary, which has 37 delegates at stake.
UPDATE 9:16 P.M.: Bernie Sanders has scored a victory in Colorado’s Democratic Primary, the Associated Press reports. The state of Colorado has 67 delegates at stake. Meanwhile, the American Samoa caucus awarded five delegates to Mike Bloomberg and one delegate to Tulsi Gabbard.
UPDATE 8:08 P.M.: According to The Associated Press, Joe Biden has taken home his third win of the night with the Alabama Democratic Primary, which has 52 delegates at stake.
UPDATE 7:50 P.M.: Joe Biden has won the North Carolina Democratic Primary, according to the Associated Press. North Carolina has 110 delegates at stake and is considered a swing state in the 2020 election.
UPDATE 7:02 P.M.: The Associated Press projects former Vice President Joe Biden has won the Virginia Democratic Primary, which has 99 delegates at stake. Meanwhile, Sen. Bernie Sanders has won his home state of Vermont.
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