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3,934 of 3,934 precincts - 100 percent

x-Joe Biden 54

Bernie Sanders 0

Michael Bennet 0

Michael Bloomberg 0

Steve Burke 0

Pete Buttigieg 0

John Delaney 0

Tulsi Gabbard 0

Amy Klobuchar 0

Deval Patrick 0

Tom Steyer 0

Elizabeth Warren 0

Robby Wells 0

Andrew Yang 0

AP Elections 07-12-2020 00:49

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