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WDIO.com Vote 2020

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VOTE 2020 - Michigan Presidential Primary
Michigan Presidential - Democrats
Michigan Presidential - Democrats
Reporting: 100%
Joe Biden Joe Biden (D)
53%
Bernie Sanders Bernie Sanders (D)
36%
Michael Bloomberg Michael Bloomberg (D)
5%
Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Warren (D)
2%
Pete Buttigieg Pete Buttigieg (D)
1%
Uncommitted Uncommitted
1%
Amy Klobuchar Amy Klobuchar (D)
1%
Tulsi Gabbard Tulsi Gabbard (D)
1%
Andrew Yang Andrew Yang (D)
1%
Tom Steyer Tom Steyer (D)
1%
Michael Bennet Michael Bennet (D)
1%
Cory Booker Cory Booker (D)
1%
Joe Sestak Joe Sestak (D)
1%
Marianne Williamson Marianne Williamson (D)
1%
John Delaney John Delaney (D)
1%
Julian Castro Julian Castro (D)
1%
Last Updated: {ts '2020-04-01 07:27:54'}
Michigan Presidential - Republicans
Michigan Presidential - Republicans
Reporting: 100%
Donald Trump Donald Trump (R) (I)
94%
Uncommitted Uncommitted
4%
Bill Weld Bill Weld (R)
1%
Mark Sanford Mark Sanford
1%
Joe Walsh Joe Walsh (R)
1%
Last Updated: {ts '2020-04-01 07:27:54'}
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