Former Vice President Joe Biden added Idaho to his list of states in his landslide victory on Super Tuesday 2.0.
In addition to winning the Gem State, Biden came out victorious in Michigan, Mississippi and Missouri. North Dakota is still too early to call and Washington State will take days to count ballots.
The win in Idaho brings Biden's Super Tuesday II delegate count to 144, compared to Bernie Sanders' measly 82. In total, Biden has 756 delegates while Sanders has 618. There are still 18 delegates up for grabs in North Dakota and another 107 in Washington State.
Joe Biden wins the Idaho Democratic primary, adding to a string of victories that dealt a major blow to Bernie Sanders' hopes of winning the nomination. https://t.co/7mYCBnePv8— The Associated Press (@AP) March 11, 2020
Biden has now won two states tonight that went for Sanders in 2016 https://t.co/KFgtH1uLH7— Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) March 11, 2020
Idaho!! https://t.co/zgVWNupxS8— TJ Ducklo (@TDucklo) March 11, 2020