Utah saw a record turn out on Super Tuesday, something that excited politicos across the nation. This is also the first election where Utah votes as a primary and not as a caucus.
2020 has officially become the highest turnout Presidential Primary Election in Utah state history at 32.5% active voter participation (479,771 votes) - and still counting!— Vote Utah (@ElectionsUtah) March 4, 2020
Still want to vote? Polls close at 8pm.
Find out where at https://t.co/B2BWWZyCzv#utpol
Record Democratic turnout reported so far in:— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) March 4, 2020
On top of average *26% increase* in turnout over 2016 in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina
Democrats are FIRED UP!!!! ????
Important note on four Super Tuesday states tonight:— Ruby Cramer (@rubycramer) March 4, 2020
After 2016, Minnesota, Colorado, Utah, & Maine ALL changed from caucuses to primaries.
In 2016, when Bernie excelled in caucuses vs. Clinton, he got ~60% or more share of the vote in those states https://t.co/qwp7mS8l1w
Utah Results (>1%)— Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) March 4, 2020
#BREAKING Sanders Wins Utah— Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) March 4, 2020
SUPER TUESDAY: Sen. Bernie Sanders is projected to win the Utah primary, taking a majority of the state's 29 pledged delegates. pic.twitter.com/gHGYXwefcm— Balance of Power (@BalancePowerUK) March 4, 2020
The Sanders campaign is taking a victory lap and encouraging supporters to call voters in California.