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Biden’s Super Tuesday Victories Marred By Protest Votes

President Joe Biden's victory on Super Tuesday was marred by what appeared to be protest votes in several states, as a significant portion of Democratic primary voters favored anonymous voting options.

groups like listen to michigan and abandon biden Encouraged Super Tuesday voters to support “non-commit” and other unnamed ballot options in protest of Biden's handling of the Israel-Hamas war in Gaza. According to the Associated Press, hundreds of thousands of Democratic primary voters in Minnesota, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Colorado, Tennessee and Alabama supported a variety of options.

Most notably, 19% voted “uncommitted.” minnesotaThe Associated Press predicted a Democratic race.The voting option also yielded 8% support. tennessee 6% share Alabama. (Related article: Massive protest vote puts a damper on Biden's Michigan primary win)

in north carolina12.7% supported the “no preference” voting option and 9% supported the voting option. Massachusetts, according to the Associated Press. The “non-committed delegate” voting option earned him 8% of the vote. colorado.

The president previously faced a protest vote in Michigan, which has the largest Arab-American and Muslim-American population in the country. More than 100,000 Democratic primary voters will become “uncommitted” on February 27, following the Listen to Michigan initiative and Biden's abandonment of encouraging voters to support someone other than the president. Supported the voting option.

Listen to Michigan is focused on sending a message to the Biden administration urging policy change ahead of the general election and is working with activists across the country to organize similar campaigns. Conversely, Biden is encouraging voters to oppose the president in primaries and general elections, with the aim of preventing him from securing a second term.

Biden also secured victory. Virginia, vermont state, iowa, oklahoma, maine, arkansas, texas, Utah and California The Associated Press predicted this on Super Tuesday. The president lost the American Samoa Democratic Caucus to a little-known candidate, Jason Palmer. according to Go to NBC News.

Former President Donald Trump won nearly every state Tuesday night, all but securing the Republican nomination. Former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley secured only her second win of the 2024 cycle with a victory in the blue state of Vermont.

Haley, who won Sunday's Washington D.C. primary, will suspend her presidential campaign during a speech in Charleston, South Carolina, on Wednesday morning, according to multiple news outlets.

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