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The 2016 Democratic Party presidential primaries and caucuses w...

wikipedia - 11 Nov 2016
The 2016 Democratic Party presidential primaries and caucuses were a series of electoral contests organized by the Democratic Party to select the 4,051 delegates to the Democratic National Convention held July 25–28 and determine the nominee for President of the United States in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The elections took place within all fifty U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and five U.S. territories and occurred between February 1 and June 14, 2016. An extra 716 unpledged delegat
democratic party presidential primaries, 2016

Colorado independents will be able to vote in party primaries

CBS News - 22 Jun 2018
The 2016 initiative allows Colorado's 1.2 million active independent voters to cast ballots Tuesday in either the Democratic or Republican party primaries on Tuesday. The initiative passed in a year that saw presidential candidate Bernie Sanders defeat ...
democratic party presidential primaries, 2016

Candidates Jockey in Sullivan Races

Valley News - 23 Jun 2018
In county races, incumbent commissioner Jeff Barrette, a longtime Democrat who voted as a Republican in the presidential primary in 2016 but failed to change his party affiliation back to Democratic, will now have to win the Republican primary against ...
democratic party presidential primaries, 2016

Democrats split on health care in Michigan gubernatorial debate

The Detroit News - 20 Jun 2018
Grand Rapids — Democratic hopefuls Abdul El-Sayed and Shri Thanedar stayed to the political left of Gretchen Whitmer on policy but shied away from direct attacks against the establishment favorite Wednesday night in the party's first televised ...
democratic party presidential primaries, 2016

Nebraska Democrats likely to abandon presidential caucus

MDJOnline.com - 21 Jun 2018
Former Democratic State Chairman Vince Powers of Lincoln, father of the caucus system, says the ideal answer would be to move Nebraska's presidential primary election to an earlier date in the spring, but that would require agreement by Nebraska's ...
democratic party presidential primaries, 2016

California's Clues for the Nation: How to Watch the Primary

New York Times - 05 Jun 2018
In California's nonpartisan, top-two system (also sometimes called a jungle or blanket primary), any voter can cast a ballot for any candidate, regardless of party, and the top two candidates advance to the general election, again regardless of party ...
democratic party presidential primaries, 2016

If Democrats are the party of the people, let's act like it

CNN - 18 Jun 2018
In 2016, the contest wasn't as close but the perception of the superdelegates remained. As a result, even when a candidate has clearly earned the support of a majority of Democratic primary voters, as in 2016, their credibility as the party's standard ...
democratic party presidential primaries, 2016

Early voting turnout as expected, final push on last day

Cecil Daily - 22 Jun 2018
It was a slightly different story in the 2016 Presidential Primary, which was marked with a hotly contested primary for both Republicans and Democrats. There were 3,262 votes cast during early voting — 5.2 percent of 63,301 registered voters ...
democratic party presidential primaries, 2016

Georgia Sharpens Democrats' Debate About How to Win

Bloomberg - 29 May 2018
Every Democratic nominee since 1992 has carried Georgia. The weakest performance was John Kerry's 47 percent in the 2004 primary. Barack Obama got 66 percent in the state's 2008 presidential primary, Hillary Clinton got 71 percent in 2016. Abrams did ...

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