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19 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

19 changes to the candidate list:

Hawaii: House CD 1: Feena M. Bonoan (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Scott A. Hobson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Andrew Daisuke Stewart (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: David Neil Cornejo (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Emma Jane Avila Fabeck (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; David Roy Hamman (Republican) - previously listed as Republican, Nonpartisan; Byron U. McCorriston (Nonpartisan) - previously listed as Nonpartisan, Republican; Ryan A. Meza (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Jan Moxley (Nonpartisan) - apparently not a candidate; Mike Powers (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Robert S. "Steve" Rousseau (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Taylor J. Smith (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

Indiana: House CD 3: Carlos Cruz Marcano, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary.

New Hampshire: Senate Class 2: former state Representative Tom Alciere (Democratic) - added. Governor: Nobody (Republican) - added. House CD 2: former Port Washington, NY School Board Member Joseph Mirzoeff (Democratic) - added.

Pennsylvania: House CD 5: Robert M. "Rob" Jordan (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Gary Steven Wegman (Democratic) - lost Primary. Auditor General: Nilofer "Nina" Ahmad (Democratic) - lost Primary.

2020 Democratic Delegate Count Update. Biden 1,939; Sanders 1,053.
by TheGreenPapers Staff

The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,866, Sanders 1,056, Warren 70, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,939 (+73), Sanders 1,053 (-3), Warren 70, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,858, Sanders 1,056, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,931 (+73), Sanders 1,053 (-3), Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

  • District of Columbia: Soft count Biden 20 (+20). Hard count Biden 20 (+20).
  • Indiana: Soft count changed from Biden 61, Sanders 2 to Biden 74 (+13), Sanders 3 (+1). Hard count changed from Biden 61, Sanders 2 to Biden 74 (+13), Sanders 3 (+1).
  • Maryland: Soft count changed from Biden 71 to Biden 96 (+25). Hard count changed from Biden 71 to Biden 96 (+25).
  • Montana: Soft count changed from Biden 14, Sanders 0 to Biden 18 (+4), Sanders 1 (+1). Hard count changed from Biden 14, Sanders 0 to Biden 18 (+4), Sanders 1 (+1).
  • New Mexico: Soft count changed from Biden 22, Sanders 3 to Biden 28 (+6), Sanders 2 (-1). Hard count changed from Biden 22, Sanders 3 to Biden 28 (+6), Sanders 2 (-1).
  • Pennsylvania: Soft count changed from Biden 126, Sanders 25 to Biden 130 (+4), Sanders 21 (-4). Hard count changed from Biden 126, Sanders 25 to Biden 130 (+4), Sanders 21 (-4).
  • South Dakota: Soft count changed from Biden 12, Sanders 3 to Biden 13 (+1), Sanders 3. Hard count changed from Biden 12, Sanders 3 to Biden 13 (+1), Sanders 3.

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2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

71 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

71 changes to the candidate list:

Hawaii (filing has closed for the 8 August Primary): House CD 2: David Roy Hamman (Republican, Nonpartisan) - previously listed as Republican; Jonathan Ho'omanawanui (Aloha Aina) - previously listed as Republican; Byron U. McCorriston (Nonpartisan, Republican) - previously listed as Nonpartisan; Taylor J. Smith (Republican) - added; Steve Tataii (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Michelle Tippens (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.

Idaho (results of the 19 May Primary): Senate Class 2: Jim Vandermaas (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Member of Congress Russell "Russ" Fulcher (Republican) - Renominated; Nicholas Jones (Republican) - lost Primary; Staniela Nikolova (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Michael Keith "Mike" Simpson (Republican) - Renominated; Kevin Rhoades (Republican) - lost Primary.

Kentucky: House CD 5: John L. Wells (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.

Michigan: House CD 13: Donald Eason (Independent) - added.

Minnesota (filing has closed for the 11 August Primary): Senate Class 2: Robert Paul "Rob" Barrett, Jr. (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; John L. Berman (Republican) - added; Paul Beshah (Independence) - apparently not a candidate; Bob "Again" Carney, Jr. (Republican) - added; Cynthia Gail (Republican) - added; W.D. "Bill" Hamm (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate; Ahmad R. Hassan (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; Alexandra Marie Holker (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate; Forest W. Hyatt (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Kevin O'Connor (Legal Marijuana Now) - added; Christopher Lovell Seymore, Sr. (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; Theron Preston Washington (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Member of Congress James "Jim" Hagedorn (Republican) - Renominated; Bill Rood (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - added; Hans Gabriel Tinsley (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Member of Congress Angela Dawn "Angie" Craig (Democratic) - Renominated; Bradley "Brad" Svenson (Independence) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Leslie Davis (Republican) - added; Gary Edward Heyer (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Cole Young (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added. House CD 4: Tiffini Flynn Forslund (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; former School Board Member, Alberder Gillespie (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; Gene Rechtzigel (Republican) - added; Reid Rossell (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; former Windom Council member Jayesun Israel Sherman (Republican) - previously listed as a candidate for House CD 7; Susan Sindt (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - added. House CD 5: Leila Shukri Bashir Adan (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate; Chris Kelley (Independence) - apparently not a candidate; Daniel Patrick McCarthy (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; Ervan Katari Miller (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate; Michael Moore (Legal Marijuana Now) - added; Danielle Stella (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Laverne C. Turner (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Toya Michelle Woodland (Green) - apparently not a candidate; Haji Yussuf (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Aaron Aanerud (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; Patrick Munro (Republican) - added. House CD 7: Rae Hart Anderson (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - added; Noel Collis (Republican) - re-added; Alycia R. Gruenhagen (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; David Russell "Dave" Hughes (Republican) - re-added; Slater Johnson (Legalize Marijuana Party) - added; William Louwagie (Republican) - added; former Windom Council Member Jayesun Israel Sherman (Republican) - added; Kevin "NeSe" Shores (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - added. House CD 8: Judith Schwartzbacker (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - added; former Duluth School Board Member Harry Robb Welty (Republican) - added.

Montana: Senate Class 2: Dennis Daneke (Green) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: Brad Johnson (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Scott Sales (Republican) - lost Primary.

New Mexico: House CD 3: Karen Evette Bedonie (Republican) - lost Primary.

Pennsylvania: House CD 1: Member of Congress Brian K. Fitzpatrick (Republican) - Renominated; Andrew Martin "Andy" Meehan (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Kalen Spencer (The Alliance Party) - previously listed as Not readily classifiable. House CD 7: former Lehigh Commissioner Dean Napier Browning (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Theodore V. "Teddy" Daniels (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 10: Thomas F. Brier, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary.

2020 Democratic and Republican Delegate Count Update. Biden 1,866; Sanders 1,056 delegates.
by TheGreenPapers Staff

The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,544, Sanders 1,015, Warren 70, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,866 (+322), Sanders 1,056 (+41), Warren 70, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,536, Sanders 1,015, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,858 (+322), Sanders 1,056 (+41), Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

  • Indiana: Soft count Biden 61 (+61), Sanders 2 (+2). Hard count Biden 61 (+61), Sanders 2 (+2).
  • Maryland: Soft count Biden 71 (+71). Hard count Biden 71 (+71).
  • Montana: Soft count Biden 14 (+14). Hard count Biden 14 (+14).
  • New Mexico: Soft count Biden 22 (+22), Sanders 3 (+3). Hard count Biden 22 (+22), Sanders 3 (+3).
  • Pennsylvania: Soft count Biden 126 (+126), Sanders 25 (+25). Hard count Biden 126 (+126), Sanders 25 (+25).
  • Rhode Island: Soft count Biden 16 (+16), Sanders 8 (+8). Hard count Biden 16 (+16), Sanders 8 (+8).
  • South Dakota: Soft count Biden 12 (+12), Sanders 3 (+3). Hard count Biden 12 (+12), Sanders 3 (+3).

The Republican Convention has total of 2,550 delegates with 1,276 needed to nominate.
Soft delegate count changed from Trump 1,797, Weld 1 to Trump 2,043 (+246), Weld 1.
Hard delegate count changed from Trump 1,768, Uncommitted 29 to Trump 2,014 (+246), Uncommitted 29.

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2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

208 changes to the candidate list. Tuesday 2 June Primary re-cap for IN, IA, MD, MT, NM, PA, SD. Member of Congress Steve King (Republican Iowa House 4) lost his primary.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

208 changes to the candidate list:

Hawaii: House CD 1: Feena Bonoan (Libertarian) - added; Ron Curtis (Republican) - added; J.D. Dickens (Republican) - added; Nancy Olson (Republican) - added; Andrew Stewart (Democratic) - added. House CD 2: Steven Bond (Republican) - added; Ron Burrus (Nonpartisan) - added; Emma Jane Avila Fabeck (Democratic) - added; John "Raghu" Giuffre (American Shopping) - added; Brenda Lee (Democratic) - added; Nicholas Love (Republican) - added; Jan Moxley (Nonpartisan) - added; Robert Nagamine (Republican) - added; Felipe San Nicolas (Republican) - added; Steve Tataii (Democratic) - added.

Indiana: House CD 1: Dion Michael Bergeron (Republican) - lost Primary; Melissa A. Borom (Democratic) - lost Primary; Carrie Castro (Democratic) - lost Primary; Scott L. Costello (Democratic) - lost Primary; Antonio "Tony" Daggett, Sr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; Ryan Farrar (Democratic) - lost Primary; Sabrina Haake (Democratic) - lost Primary; John Henry Hall (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mont Andrew Handley (Republican) - lost Primary; James "Jim" Harper (Democratic) - lost Primary; Spencer T. Lemmons (Republican) - lost Primary; Hammond Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Prairie State Community College Trustee Wendell Mosby (Democratic) - lost Primary; William F. "Bill" Powers (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Mara Candelaria Reardon (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jayson H. Reeves (Democratic) - lost Primary; Delano Michael Scaife (Republican) - lost Primary; former Merrillville Town Councilman Andrew Sylwestrowicz (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Jackie Swihart Walorski (Republican) - Renominated; Christopher Glenn Davis (Republican) - lost Primary; Ellen L. Marks (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress James E. "Jim" Banks (Republican) - Renominated; Jean-Paul Bangila "JP" Kalonji (Democratic) - lost Primary; Christopher "Chris" Magiera (Republican) - lost Primary; Thomas Allan "Tommy" Schrader (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Benjamin Frederick (Democratic) - lost Primary; Howard Joseph Pollchik (Democratic) - lost Primary; Veronikka M. Ziol (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Kent Abernathy (Republican) - lost Primary; Andrew Peter "Andy" Bales (Republican) - lost Primary; Micah Beckwith (Republican) - lost Primary; former Marion County Prosecutor Carl Joseph Brizzi (Republican) - lost Primary; Jennifer Christie (Democratic) - lost Primary; Allen Ray Davidson (Republican) - lost Primary; Chuck Dietzen (Republican) - lost Primary; Beth Elaine Henderson (Republican) - lost Primary; Matthew Caroll "Matt" Hook (Republican) - lost Primary; Matthew Hullinger (Republican) - lost Primary; former Marion County Prosecutor Andrew James "Andy" Jacobs, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; Treasurer Kelly Maureen Mitchell (Republican) - lost Primary; Daniel "Danny" Niederberger, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Mark Small (Republican) - lost Primary; Ralph Spelbring (Democratic) - lost Primary; Russell H. Stwalley (Republican) - lost Primary; Dierdre "Dee" Thornton (Democratic) - lost Primary; Victor Dean Wakley (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Member of Congress Gregory J. "Greg" Pence (Republican) - Renominated; Mike Campbell (Republican) - lost Primary; George Thomas Holland (Democratic) - lost Primary; Barry Welsh (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Member of Congress André D. Carson (Democratic) - Renominated; Jon Jason Davis (Republican) - lost Primary; Douglas L. "Doug" Merrill (Republican) - lost Primary; J.D. Miniear (Republican) - lost Primary; Pierre Quincy Pullins (Democratic) - lost Primary; Martin G. "Mike" Ramey (Republican) - lost Primary; Gerald Walters (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 8: former state Representative Ron Drake (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mike Webster (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Dale William "D. Liaim" Dorris, II (Democratic) - lost Primary; Brandon Hood (Democratic) - lost Primary; James C. O'Gabhann, III (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Dekalb, Illinois Alderman Mark J. Powell (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Iowa: Senate Class 2: Michael "Mike" Franken (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kimberly Graham (Democratic) - lost Primary; Eddie J. Mauro (Democratic) - lost Primary; Cal George Woods (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Thomas "Tom" Hansen (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Tim Borchardt (Republican) - lost Primary; Steven R. Everly (Republican) - lost Primary; Ricky Lee "Rick" Phillips (Republican) - lost Primary; former Illinois Member of Congress Robert Todd "Bobby" Schilling (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: William J. "Bill" Schafer (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Steven A. "Steve" King (Republican) - Lost Primary; Steven "Steve" Reeder (Republican) - lost Primary; former Mayor of Irwin Bret A. Richards (Republican) - lost Primary; Woodbury County Supervisor Jeremy Taylor (Republican) - lost Primary.

Maryland: House CD 1: Member of Congress Andrew P. "Andy" Harris (Republican) - Renominated; Jorge Delgado (Republican) - lost Primary; Jennifer Pingley (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Charles Albert Dutch "C.A. Dutch" Ruppersberger, III (Democratic) - Renominated; Scott M. Collier (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael A. Feldman (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jake Pretot (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jim Simpson (Republican) - lost Primary; Blaine Taylor (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress John Peter Spyros Sarbanes (Democratic) - Renominated; Joseph C. "Joe" Ardito (Democratic) - lost Primary; Thomas E. "Pinkston" Harris (Republican) - lost Primary; Reba A. Hawkins (Republican) - lost Primary; Joshua M. "Josh" Morales (Republican) - lost Primary; John M. Rea (Democratic) - lost Primary; Rob Seyfferth (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Anthony Gregory Brown (Democratic) - Renominated; Shelia Bryant (Democratic) - lost Primary; Nnabu Eze (Republican) - lost Primary; Eric Loeb (Republican) - lost Primary; Kim A. Shelton (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Member of Congress Steny Hamilton Hoyer (Democratic) - Renominated; Bryan DuVal "DuVal" Cubero (Republican) - lost Primary; William A. Devine, III (Democratic) - lost Primary; Lee Havis (Republican) - lost Primary; Vanessa Marie Hoffman (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kenneth Baxter Lee (Republican) - lost Primary; Briana Urbina (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mckayla Wilkes (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Member of Congress David J. Trone (Democratic) - Renominated; Maxwell A. Bero (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kevin Terome Caldwell (Republican) - lost Primary; Chris P. Meyyur (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Member of Congress Kweisi Mfume (Democratic) - Renominated; T. Dan Baker (Democratic) - lost Primary; Ray Bly (Republican) - lost Primary; Alicia D. Brown (Democratic) - lost Primary; Brian L. Brown (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Jill P. Carter (Democratic) - lost Primary; Matko Lee Chullin, III (Democratic) - lost Primary; Maya Rockeymoore Cummings (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jermyn Michael "Mike" Davidson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Darryl Gonzalez (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mark Steven Gosnell (Democratic) - lost Primary; Dan Hiegel (Democratic) - lost Primary; Michael D. Howard (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Delegate Jay Jalisi (Democratic) - lost Primary; M.J. Madwolf (Republican) - lost Primary; Liz Matory (Republican) - lost Primary; William T. Newton (Republican) - lost Primary; Adrian Petrus (Democratic) - lost Primary; Saafir A. Rabb (Democratic) - lost Primary; Gary Schuman (Democratic) - lost Primary; Charles U. Smith (Democratic) - lost Primary; Harry Spikes (Democratic) - lost Primary; Charles Stokes (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jeffrey "Jeff" Woodard (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Member of Congress Jamin B. "Jamie" Raskin (Democratic) - Renominated; Marcia H. Morgan (Democratic) - lost Primary; Utam Paul (Democratic) - lost Primary; Patricia Rogers (Republican) - lost Primary; Shelton "Shelly" Skolnick (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael Yadeta (Republican) - lost Primary; Lih Young (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Montana: Senate Class 2: Senator Steven "Steve" Daines (Republican) - Renominated; John Brian Driscoll (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael Chantry "Mike" Knoles (Democratic) - lost Primary; Daniel Richard "Dan" Larson (Republican) - lost Primary; John Mues (Democratic) - lost Primary. Governor: Attorney General Tim Fox (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Albert "Al" "Doc" Olszewski (Republican) - lost Primary; Whitney Williams (Democratic) - lost Primary. House At-Large: Joe Dooling (Republican) - lost Primary; John David Evankovich (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Representative Debra Lamm (Republican) - lost Primary; Mark J. McGinley (Republican) - lost Primary; Secretary of State Corey Stapleton (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Thomas "Tom" Winter (Democratic) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: Bowen Greenwood (Republican) - lost Primary; Kurt Johnson (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Forrest J. Mandeville (Republican) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Jon Bennion (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Kimberly P. Dudik (Democratic) - lost Primary. Auditor: Nelly Nicol (Republican) - lost Primary; Scott "Tux" Tuxbury (Republican) - lost Primary; Mike Winsor (Democratic) - lost Primary.

New Mexico: Senate Class 2: Gavin S. Clarkson (Republican) - lost Primary; Elisa Maria Martinez (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Brett Kokinadis (Republican) - lost Primary; Jared R. Vander Dussen (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Claire Chase (Republican) - lost Primary; former Fresno Councilman Chris Mathys (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: John Blair (Democratic) - lost Primary; Sandoval County Treasurer Laura M. Montoya (Democratic) - lost Primary; Valerie E. Plame (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Representative Joseph Louis Sanchez (Democratic) - lost Primary; First Judicial District Attorney Marco Peter Serna (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kyle J. Tisdel (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Oregon: Secretary of State: state Senator Kim Thatcher (Republican, Independent Party of Oregon) - previously listed as Republican. Treasurer: Chris Henry (Non Affiliated, Independent Party of Oregon) - previously listed as Non Affiliated.

Pennsylvania: House CD 1: Skylar Hurwitz (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Mikel J. "Mike" Cammisa (Republican) - lost Primary; Earl Granville (Republican) - lost Primary; Luzerne County Councilor Harry Haas, IV (Republican) - lost Primary; former Hazleton Mayor Michael P. "Mike" Marsicano (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 11: Paul Richard Daigle (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 18: Member of Congress Michael F. "Mike" Doyle (Democratic) - Renominated; Gerald S. "Jerry" Dickinson (Democratic) - lost Primary. Auditor General: state Representative Harry Scott "Scott" Conklin (Democratic) - lost Primary; Smithfield Township Auditor Rose Marie "Rosie" Davis (Democratic) - lost Primary; Tracie Lynne Fountain (Democratic) - lost Primary; Christina M. Hartman (Democratic) - lost Primary.

South Dakota: Senate Class 2: Senator Marion Michael "Mike" Rounds (Republican) - Renominated; state Representative Scyller J. Borglum (Republican) - lost Primary. House At-Large: Member of Congress Dustin "Dusty" Johnson (Republican) - Renominated; former state Representative Elizabeth "Liz" Marty May (Republican) - lost Primary.

Tuesday 2 June 2020: PRIMARIES in DC, IN, IA, MD, MT, NM, PA, RI & SD [no State Primaries in RI; all except IA include Dem & GOP Presidential Primaries]
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

TODAY's Primaries:

INDIANA Congressional race results from a media source
INDIANA Statewide (including Presidential Primary) results from a media source

IOWA Primary results from a media source

MARYLAND Congressional District race results from a media source

NEW MEXICO Primary results from a media source

PENNSYLVANIA Primary results from a media source

SOUTH DAKOTA Primary results from a media source



 
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J Biden1,955.0
B Sanders1,066.0
(available)804.0
E Warren70.0
M Bloomberg49.0
P Buttigieg26.0
A Klobuchar7.0
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J Biden1,955.0
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M Bloomberg49.0
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A Klobuchar7.0
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W Weld1
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 1
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