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For Bernie Bros, The End Is Near…Now 7 Hours From Campaign Armageddon

It’s over, Bernie Bros. If you lose Michigan, your only hope is, well…none. Turn out the lights…the party’s over!


  • Six states are holding a primary or caucus on Tuesday, March 10, 2020.
    • Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, and Washington.
    • A combined 352 pledged delegates are awarded tonight.
  • Michigan has the most delegates up for grabs on Tuesday.
    • Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton in Michigan’s primary four years ago—in a surprise.
  • Michigan Democrats will award 125 pledged delegates.
    • Michigan also is allocated 22 superdelegates.
  • Gretchen Whitmer, the Democratic Governor of Michigan, endorsed Joe Biden ahead of the state’s primary

2020 Democratic delegate rules

  • The Democratic National Convention will be held July 13-16 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • In 2020, there are 4,750 delegates.
    • 3,979 pledged delegates
    • 771 superdelegates
  • To win the Democratic nomination, a presidential candidate must receive support from a majority of the pledged delegates on the firstballot.
    • 1,991 pledged delegates
  • Under the current DNC rules, if the convention is contested and goes to second ballot or more, superdelegates will be able to vote.
    • In this scenario, a candidate must receive majority support from all delegates—more than 2,375 votes.

Pledged delegate count as of today

Joe Biden 635 

Bernie Sanders 558

Lady MacBeth 44

Pete-O-Mania – 26

Bloombust: 24 (ouch)

Kloboloser: 7

Tulsi 2 (seriously, why are you still here)?

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