Americans in nine states and Washington D.C. will cast their ballots in primary elections on Tuesday, despite massive social unrest and an ongoing global pandemic.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Closed polling stations, low turnout in some counties, coronavirus fear, nothing seemed to stop Joe Biden big Tuesday's win. Here's all you need to know about the Democratic presidential primaries hour by hour.
In a push to help defeat President Donald Trump in November, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has donated half a million dollars to mobilize Latinos.
Between coronavirus, poll volunteers not showing up, and a shortage on sanitizer, it's unclear what voter turnout will look like in Tuesday's presidential primaries.
Tomorrow is Florida's turn to vote on the Democratic primary. Only two candidates are on the ballot and 2 million Latinos registered. Will it hold its swing state batch?
Will the Sunshine State be the end of the road for Bernie?
If you are registered to vote as a Democrat in Florida, get ready and start your engines, because the race for March 17 Democratic presidential primary starts today.