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WYOMING DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS
1st: Sanders - 13 Delegates

2nd: Biden - 5 Delegates

 

(Picture posted at next major primary day) 

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NEW YORK REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES

1st: Cruz - 51 Delegates

2nd: Kasich - 44 Delegates

NEW YORK DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES
1st: Sanders - 160 Delegates

2nd: Gillibrand - 131 Delegates

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MAJOR REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES!
CONNECTICUT
1st: Kasich - 28 Delegates

DELAWARE
1st: Cruz - 16 Delegates

MARYLAND

1st: Cruz - 38 Delegates

PENNSYLVANIA

1st: Kasich - 71 Delegates

RHODE ISLAND

1st: Kasich - 10 Delegates

2nd: Cruz - 4 Delegates

3rd: Sasse - 3 Delegates

4th: Bush - 2 Delegates

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MAJOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY DAY
CONNECTICUT
1st: Klobuchar - 30 Delegates

2nd: Sanders - 22 Delegates

3rd: Biden - 19 Delegates

DELAWARE

1st: Biden - 20 Delegates

2nd: Sanders - 12 Delegates

MARYLAND

1st: Sanders - 78 Delegates

2nd: Biden - 41 Delegates

PENNSYLVANIA

1st: Biden - 209 Delegates

RHODE ISLAND

1st: Sanders - 17 Delegates

2nd: Warren - 16 Delegates

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INDIANA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY
1st Place: Cruz - 57 Delegates

INDIANA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
1st Place: Sanders - 33 Delegates

2nd Place: Warren - 32 Delegates

3rd Place: Klobuchar - 27 Delegates

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NEBRASKA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY
1st Place: Kasich - 36 Delegates

WEST VIRGINIA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

1st Place: Cruz - 34 Delegates

GUAM DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS (not pictured)

1st: Biden - 5 Delegates

2nd: Sanders - 4 Delegates

3rd: Warren - 3 Delegates

WEST VIRGINIA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY

1st: Sanders - 22 Delegates

2nd: Biden - 15 Delegates

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OREGON REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

1st: Cruz - 10 Delegates

2nd: Kasich - 9 Delegates

3rd: Bush - 3 Delegates

4/5th: Pence/Paul - 2 Delegates

6th/7th: Sasse/Flake - 1 Delegate

KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY

1st: Biden - 32 Delegates

2nd: Sanders - 28 Delegates

OREGON DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY

1st: Biden - 35 Delegates

2nd: Sanders - 20 Delegates

3rd: Warren - 19 Delegates

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WASHINGTON REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

1st: Kasich - 28 Delegates

2nd: Cruz - 16 Delegates

PROJECTED FINISH AS OF RIGHT NOW FOR REPUBLICANS
(NEEDS 1237 for a clear majority)

1st: Kasich - 933

2nd: Cruz - 549

3rd: Flake - 294

4th: Bush - 233

5th: Sasse - 190

6th: Pence - 164

7th: Paul - 82

PROJECTED FINISH FOR DEMOCRATS
(Needs 2383 for clear majority)

1st: Biden - 1314

2nd: Sanders - 1279

3rd: Gillibrand - 455

4th: Klobuchar - 421

5th: Harris - 407

6th: Warren - 406

7th: Booker - 343

8th: Gabbard - 118

While it seems Kasich will win the Republican nomination, it is not assured. Democrats are pretty much up in the air at the convention. 

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KOKESH/VENTURA TICKET IS OFFICIAL FOR THE LIBERTARIAN PARTY
 

Montana Republican Primary

1st: Cruz - 27 Delegates

New Jersey Republican Primary 

1st: Kasich - 51 Delegates

New Mexico Republican Primary

1st: Cruz - 16 Delegates

2nd: Kasich - 8 Delegates

South Dakota Republican Primary

1st: Kasich - 29 Delegates

Montana DEMOCRATIC Primary

1st: Sanders - 27 Delegates

New Jersey Democratic Primary

1st: Biden - 54 Delegates

2nd: Sanders - 51 Delegates

3rd: Booker - 37 Delegates

New Mexico Democratic Primary

1st: Sanders - 17 Delegates

2nd: Warren - 14 Delegates

3rd: Biden - 12 Delegates

North Dakota Democratic Primary

1st: Sanders - 14 Delegates

2nd: Biden - 9 Delegates

Puerto Rico Democratic Primary (not pictured)
1st: Biden - 48 Delegates

2nd: Booker - 19 Delegates

South Dakota Democratic Primary

1st: Sanders - 25 Delegates

US Virgin Islands Democratic Primary (not pictured)

1st: Biden - 6 Delegates

2nd: Sanders - 3 Delegates

3rd: Warren - 3 Delegates

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REPUBLICAN MAPimage.thumb.png.5d9325d384688f40cffe26c8e8efddd0.png

image.thumb.png.b07a4ace350594aab9bd886a1dff0147.pngDEMOCRATIC MAP

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DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION BEGINS IN MILWAUKEE

TULSI GABBARD'S VOTES GO TO ELIZABETH WARREN.

ROUND 2 RESULTS

1: Joe Biden - 1292

2nd: Bernie Sanders - 1268

3rd: Elizabeth Warren - 522

4th: Kirsten Gillibrand - 454

5th: Amy Klobuchar - 421

6th: Kamala Harris - 407

7th: Cory Booker - 355

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Cory Booker endorses Joe Biden. Could Biden end up the nominee after all? 

Round 3 Results

1st: Joe Biden - 1647

2nd: Bernie Sanders - 1268

3rd: Elizabeth Warren - 522

4th: Kirsten Gillibrand - 454

5th: Amy Klobuchar - 421

6th: Kamala Harris - 407

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Kamala Harris endorses Kirsten Gillibrand. 

Round 4 Results

1st: Joe Biden - 1647

2nd: Bernie Sanders - 1268

3rd: Kirsten Gillibrand - 861

4th: Elizabeth Warren - 522

5th: Amy Klobuchar - 421

Could Klobuchar throw the nomination to Gillibrand or Warren? Or will she enshrine Biden with it after all?

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Amy Klobuchar endorses Biden! Voting will go down to the wire. If Warren endorses Biden, game over. If Warren endorses Gillibrand, she passes Sanders and Sanders is the kingmaker. If she endorses Bernie, Gillibrand becomes kingmaker. 

Round 5

1st: Joe Biden - 2068

2nd: Bernie Sanders - 1268

3rd: Kirsten Gillibrand - 861

4th: Elizabeth Warren - 522

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Warren endorses Sanders (malfunction with posting)

Gillibrand endorses Biden and Biden is the nominee.

BIDEN/GILLIBRAND IS THE 2020 TICKET FOR DEMOCRATS

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REPUBLICAN VOTING BEGINS
RAND PAUL ENDORSES TED CRUZ
Round 2 Results

1st: John Kasich - 931

2nd: Ted Cruz - 660

3rd: Jeff Flake - 294

4th: Jeb Bush - 233

5th: Ben Sasse - 190

6th: Mike Pence - 164

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PENCE ENDORSES BUSH
1st: John Kasich - 931

2nd: Ted Cruz - 660

3rd: Jeb Bush - 397

4th: Jeff Flake - 294

5th: Ben Sasse - 190

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SASSE ENDORSES FLAKE
1st: John Kasich - 931

2nd: Ted Cruz - 660

3rd: Jeff Flake - 484

4th: Jeb Bush - 397

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BUSH ENDORSES KASICH 

KASICH IS THE REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR PRESIDENT ON THE FIFTH BALLOT

1st: Kasich - 1328

2nd: Cruz - 660

3rd: Flake - 484

KASICH CHOOSES TENNESSEE SEN. MARSHA BLACKBURN AS VP. 

As it stands, Biden/Gillibrand will face Kasich/Blackburn. A female will be VP for the first time no matter what happens.

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Joe Biden has narrow leads in Pennsylvania, Iowa, Arizona, and Florida that are carrying his lead. Swing states right now are

Pennsylvania

Biden - 51.5%

Kasich - 44.7%
Ohio

Kasich - 50%
Biden - 44.6%

Indiana

Kasich - 43.8%

Biden - 39.4%

Missouri

Kasich - 44%

Biden - 39.4%

Iowa

Biden - 47.6%

Kasich - 45.4%

Arizona

Biden - 43.8%
Kasich - 39.1%

Alaska

Kasich - 43.3%
Biden - 37.8%

Florida

Biden - 48.5%
Kasich - 43.5%

Georgia

Kasich - 48.9%
Biden - 46%

Other potential close races are in North Carolina, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan. However, Biden has current big leads in those states. 

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As it stands on Thursday, Sept. 3 of 2020

323 to 215 is the current makeup of predictions, with swing states going for

Biden - Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico

Kasich - Arizona, Alaska, Georgia, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa

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As it is currently Thursday, October 8th, we are a month out of the election. Current makeup of prediction is a solid Biden win.

The oddsmakers predict a 329-209 victory for Biden.

Biden has taken the lead in Iowa, while has narrowed the lead in Arizona. There is currently just 1 state in the lean Democrat column and that is New Mexico. Still, 6.7% of voters are undecided. But is that enough to chip away at Biden's 9 point lead?

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Already, Kentucky has been called for Republicans. Indiana is too close to call. With 34% of reporting, major networks begin to call Indiana for Kasich.

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6.1% win in Indiana for Kasich! 

 

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