Results of the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries

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This article contains the results of the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries and caucuses, the processes by which the Democratic Party selects delegates to attend the 2020 Democratic National Convention from August 17-20, 2020. The series of primaries, caucuses, and state conventions will culminate in the national convention, where the delegates cast their votes to formally select a candidate. A simple majority (1,990) of the total delegate votes (3,979) is required to become the nominee. No candidate has yet reached this threshold.

The campaign for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination began on July 28, 2017, when Maryland Congressman John Delaney became the first candidate to announce his run for president. By April 2019, more than 20 major candidates were recognized by national and state polls, causing the field of 2020 major Democratic presidential candidates to exceed the field of major candidates in the 2016 Republican Party presidential primaries as the largest presidential candidate field for any single U.S. political party in a single election cycle.[1][2][3] With the addition of Michael Bloomberg on November 24, 2019, the number of major Democratic presidential candidates in the 2020 Democratic primaries totaled 29.[4]

When voting began in the 2020 Iowa caucuses, 11 major candidates were actively campaigning. Democratic primaries and caucuses in early states yielded a controversial and disputed victory for Pete Buttigieg in the Iowa caucuses, a narrow victory for Bernie Sanders in the New Hampshire primary over Buttigieg, a victory for Sanders in the Nevada caucuses, and a victory for Joe Biden in the South Carolina primary. Sanders won the popular vote in both Iowa and New Hampshire, with New Hampshire generally considered a win for Sanders.[5][6] Before the March 3, 2020, Super Tuesday primaries, six major candidates ended their campaigns; Bloomberg and Elizabeth Warren ended their campaigns due to poor showings on Super Tuesday.[7][8] Tulsi Gabbard ended her campaign on March 19.[9] Sanders ended his campaign on April 8.[10] Joe Biden is the only major Democratic candidate remaining in the race.

Overview of results[edit]

Map legend
     Joe Biden
     Michael Bloomberg
     Pete Buttigieg
     Amy Klobuchar
     Bernie Sanders
     Tom Steyer
     Elizabeth Warren
     Tie
     Winner not yet declared

Major candidates[edit]

The table below shows candidates who have dropped out of the race during the primaries, and those who are still running, who have placed third or better in a state contest or earned at least one national delegate.[11][12][13][14][15][16]

Legend:   1st place
pledged delegates
2nd place 3rd place Candidate has
withdrawn
Candidate not
on ballot
Candidates Joe Biden February 2020 crop.jpg

Joe
Biden
Bernie Sanders March 2020 (cropped).jpg

Bernie
Sanders
Elizabeth Warren by Gage Skidmore (cropped).jpg

Elizabeth
Warren
Michael Bloomberg by Gage Skidmore (cropped).jpg

Michael
Bloomberg
Pete Buttigieg by Gage Skidmore 2 (cropped).jpg

Pete
Buttigieg
Amy Klobuchar 2019 (cropped).jpg

Amy
Klobuchar
Tulsi Gabbard by Gage Skidmore crop.jpg

Tulsi
Gabbard
Tom Steyer by Gage Skidmore (cropped).jpg

Tom
Steyer
Pledged
delegates

Total
votes
Pledged delegates:
Total awarded: 3,119[17]
1,956
49.16%
1,032
25.94%
58
1.46%
43
1.08%
21
0.53%
7
0.18%
2
0.09%
0
0.0%
3,979
78.39% awarded

30,021,063
votes
[A]
Popular votes
13,860,583
46.17%
8,772,516
29.22%
2,662,266
8.87%
2,435,435
8.12%
872,746
2.91%
501,194
1.67%
227,824
0.76%
250,538
0.83%
Feb 3 Iowa[B]
caucuses
14%
6 delegates
340 SDE
23,605 votes
26%
12 delegates
562 SDE
45,652 votes
20%
8 delegates
388 SDE
34,909 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 SDE
16 votes
25%
14 delegates
563 SDE
43,209 votes
12%
1 delegate
264 SDE
21,100 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 SDE
16 votes
0%
0 delegates
7 SDE
413 votes
41
2,151 SDE
172,300 votes
Feb 11 New Hampshire 8%
0 delegates
24,944 votes
26%
9 delegates
76,384 votes
9%
0 delegates
27,429 votes
2%
0 delegates
4,675 votes
24%
9 delegates
72,454 votes
20%
6 delegates
58,714 votes
3%
0 delegates
9,755 votes
4%
0 delegates
10,732 votes
24
298,377 votes
Feb 22 Nevada[B]
caucuses
19%
9 delegates
2,927 CD
19,179 votes
40%
24 delegates
6,788 CD
41,075 votes
12%
0 delegates
1,406 CD
11,703 votes
17%
3 delegates
2,073 CD
17,598 votes
7%
0 delegates
603 CD
7,376 votes
0%
0 delegates
4 CD
32 votes
4%
0 delegates
682 CD
4,120 votes
36
14,491 CD
101,543 votes
Feb 29 South Carolina 48%
39 delegates
255,549 votes
20%
15 delegates
104,983 votes
7%
0 delegates
37,256 votes
8%
0 delegates
43,443 votes
3%
0 delegates
16,594 votes
1%
0 delegates
6,749 votes
11%
0 delegates
59,917 votes
54
528,720 votes
Mar 3 Alabama 63%
44 delegates
286,065 votes
17%
8 delegates
74,755 votes
6%
0 delegates
25,847 votes
12%
0 delegates
52,750 votes
0%
0 delegates
1,416 votes
0%
0 delegates
907 votes
0%
0 delegates
1,038 votes
0%
0 delegates
1,048 votes
52
452,093 votes
American Samoa
caucuses
9%
0 delegates
31 votes
11%
0 delegates
37 votes
1%
0 delegates
5 votes
50%
4 delegates
175 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
29%
2 delegates
103 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
6
351 votes
Arkansas 41%
17 delegates
93,012 votes
22%
9 delegates
51,413 votes
10%
0 delegates
22,971 votes
17%
5 delegates
38,312 votes
3%
0 delegates
7,649 votes
3%
0 delegates
7,009 votes
1%
0 delegates
1,593 votes
1%
0 delegates
2,053 votes
31
229,122 votes
California 28%
172 delegates
1,613,854 votes
36%
225 delegates
2,080,846 votes
13%
11 delegates
762,555 votes
12%
7 delegates
701,803 votes
4%
0 delegates
249,256 votes
2%
0 delegates
126,961 votes
1%
0 delegates
33,769 votes
2%
0 delegates
113,092 votes
415
5,784,364 votes
Colorado 25%
21 delegates
236,565 votes
37%
29 delegates
355,293 votes
18%
8 delegates
168,695 votes
19%
9 delegates
177,727 votes
1%
0 delegates
10,037 votes
0%
0 delegates
3,323 votes
67
960,128 votes
Maine 33%
11 delegates
68,729 votes
32%
9 delegates
66,826 votes
16%
4 delegates
32,055 votes
12%
0 delegates
24,294 votes
2%
0 delegates
4,364 votes
1%
0 delegates
2,826 votes
1%
0 delegates
1,815 votes
0%
0 delegates
313 votes
24
205,937 votes
Massachusetts 33%
45 delegates
473,511 votes
27%
30 delegates
376,608 votes
21%
16 delegates
303,370 votes
12%
0 delegates
166,086 votes
3%
0 delegates
38,358 votes
1%
0 delegates
17,288 votes
1%
0 delegates
10,542 votes
0%
0 delegates
7,014 votes
91
1,417,498 votes
Minnesota 39%
38 delegates
287,553 votes
30%
27 delegates
222,431 votes
15%
10 delegates
114,674 votes
8%
0 delegates
61,882 votes
1%
0 delegates
7,616 votes
6%
0 delegates
41,530 votes
0%
0 delegates
2,504 votes
0%
0 delegates
551 votes
75
744,198 votes
North Carolina 43%
68 delegates
572,271 votes
24%
37 delegates
322,645 votes
11%
2 delegates
139,912 votes
13%
3 delegate
172,558 votes
3%
0 delegates
43,632 votes
2%
0 delegates
30,742 votes
0%
0 delegates
6,622 votes
1%
0 delegates
10,679 votes
110
1,332,382 votes
Oklahoma 39%
21 delegates
117,633 votes
25%
13 delegates
77,425 votes
13%
1 delegate
40,732 votes
14%
2 delegates
42,270 votes
2%
0 delegates
5,115 votes
2%
0 delegates
6,733 votes
2%
0 delegates
5,109 votes
1%
0 delegates
2,006 votes
37
304,281 votes
Tennessee 42%
36 delegates
215,390 votes
25%
22 delegates
129,168 votes
10%
1 delegate
53,732 votes
16%
5 delegates
79,789 votes
3%
0 delegates
17,102 votes
2%
0 delegates
10,671 votes
0%
0 delegates
2,278 votes
0%
0 delegates
1,932 votes
64
516,250 votes
Texas 35%
113 delegates
725,562 votes
30%
99 delegates
626,339 votes
11%
5 delegates
239,237 votes
14%
11 delegates
300,608 votes
4%
0 delegates
82,671 votes
2%
0 delegates
43,291 votes
0%
0 delegates
8,688 votes
1%
0 delegates
13,929 votes
228
2,094,428 votes
Utah 18%
7 delegates
40,674 votes
36%
16 delegates
79,728 votes
16%
3 delegates
35,727 votes
15%
3 delegates
33,991 votes
8%
0 delegates
18,734 votes
3%
0 delegates
7,603 votes
1%
0 delegates
1,704 votes
0%
0 delegates
703 votes
29
220,582 votes
Vermont 22%
5 delegates
34,669 votes
51%
11 delegates
79,921 votes
13%
0 delegates
19,785 votes
9%
0 delegates
14,828 votes
2%
0 delegates
3,709 votes
1%
0 delegates
1,991 votes
1%
0 delegates
1,303 votes
0%
0 delegates
202 votes
16
158,032 votes
Virginia 53%
67 delegates
705,501 votes
23%
31 delegates
306,388 votes
11%
1 delegate
142,546 votes
10%
0 delegates
128,030 votes
1%
0 delegates
11,199 votes
1%
0 delegates
8,414 votes
1%
0 delegates
11,288 votes
0%
0 delegates
1,472 votes
99
1,325,509 votes
Mar 3–10 Democrats Abroad 23%
4 delegates
9,059 votes
58%
9 delegates
23,139 votes
14%
0 delegates
5,730 votes
2%
0 delegates
892 votes
2%
0 delegates
616 votes
1%
0 delegates
224 votes
0%
0 delegates
146 votes
0%
0 delegates
19 votes
13
39,984 votes
Date State/Territory Biden Sanders Warren Bloomberg Buttigieg Klobuchar Gabbard Steyer
Mar 10 Idaho 49%
11 delegates
53,151 votes
42%
9 delegates
46,114 votes
3%
0 delegates
2,878 votes
2%
0 delegates
2,612 votes
1%
0 delegates
1,426 votes
1%
0 delegates
774 votes
1%
0 delegates
876 votes
0%
0 delegates
112 votes
20
108,650 votes
Michigan 53%
73 delegates
840,360 votes
36%
52 delegates
576,926 votes
2%
0 delegates
26,148 votes
5%
0 delegates
73,464 votes
1%
0 delegates
22,462 votes
1%
0 delegates
11,018 votes
1%
0 delegates
9,461 votes
0%
0 delegates
1,732 votes
125
1,587,679 votes
Mississippi 81%
34 delegates
222,160 votes
15%
2 delegates
40,657 votes
1%
0 delegates
1,550 votes
3%
0 delegates
6,933 votes
0%
0 delegates
562 votes
0%
0 delegates
440 votes
0%
0 delegates
1,003 votes
0%
0 delegates
378 votes
36
274,391 votes
Missouri 60%
44 delegates
400,347 votes
35%
24 delegates
230,374 votes
1%
0 delegates
8,156 votes
1%
0 delegates
9,866 votes
0%
0 delegates
3,309 votes
0%
0 delegates
2,682 votes
1%
0 delegates
4,887 votes
0%
0 delegates
584 votes
68
666,112 votes
North Dakota
firehouse caucus
39%
6 delegates
5,742 votes
53%
8 delegates
7,682 votes
3%
0 delegates
366 votes
1%
0 delegates
113 votes
1%
0 delegates
164 votes
2%
0 delegates
223 votes
1%
0 delegates
89 votes
0%
0 delegates
6 votes
14
14,546 votes
Washington 38%
46 delegates
591,403 votes
37%
43 delegates
570,039 votes
9%
0 delegates
142,652 votes
8%
0 delegates
122,530 votes
4%
0 delegates
63,344 votes
2%
0 delegates
33,383 votes
1%
0 delegates
13,199 votes
0%
0 delegates
3,455 votes
89
1,558,776 votes
Mar 14 Northern Marianas
caucuses
36%
2 delegates
48 votes
63%
4 delegates
84 votes
6
134 votes
Mar 17 Arizona 44%
38 delegates
261,020 votes
33%
29 delegates
193,647 votes
7%
0 delegates
34,568 votes
10%
0 delegates
54,014 votes
5%
0 delegates
24,565 votes
2%
0 delegates
9,374 votes
1%
0 delegates
2,943 votes
0%
0 delegates
1,112 votes
67
522,265 votes
Florida 62%
162 delegates
1,077,375 votes
23%
57 delegates
397,311 votes
2%
0 delegates
32,875 votes
8%
0 delegates
146,544 votes
2%
0 delegates
39,886 votes
1%
0 delegates
17,276 votes
1%
0 delegates
8,712 votes
0%
0 delegates
2,510 votes
219
1,739,214 votes
Illinois 59%
95 delegates
924,771 votes
36%
58 delegates
565,762 votes
2%
0 delegates
21,677 votes
2%
0 delegates
23,459 votes
1%
0 delegates
9,001 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
1%
0 delegates
9,118 votes
0%
0 delegates
1,577 votes
155
1,566,533 votes
Date State/Territory Biden Sanders Warren Bloomberg Buttigieg Klobuchar Gabbard Steyer
Apr 7[a][18][19] Wisconsin 63%
56 delegates
581,463 votes
32%
28 delegates
293,441 votes
2%
0 delegates
14,060 votes
1%
0 delegates
8,846 votes
1%
0 delegates
4,946 votes
1%
0 delegates
6,079 votes
1%
0 delegates
5,565 votes
0%
0 delegates
836 votes
84
925,065 votes
Apr 10 Alaska[B] 55%
8 delegates
10,834 votes
45%
7 delegates
8,755 votes
15
19,589 votes
Apr 17 Wyoming[B]
caucus-by-mail
72%
10 delegates
235 SCD
10,912 votes
28%
4 delegates
88 SCD
4,206 votes
14
323 SCD
15,428 votes
Apr 28 Ohio 72%
115 delegates
623,186 votes
16%
21 delegates
142,906 votes
3%
0 delegates
29,614 votes
3%
0 delegates
28,247 votes
2%
0 delegates
14,648 votes
1%
0 delegates
11,710 votes
1%
0 delegates
4,504 votes
0%
0 delegates
2,715 votes
136
860,803 votes
Date State/Territory Biden Sanders Warren Bloomberg Buttigieg Klobuchar Gabbard Steyer
May 2 Kansas 77%
29 delegates
110,041 votes
23%
10 delegates
33,142 votes
39
143,183 votes
May 12 Nebraska 77%
29 delegates
125,335 votes
14%
0 delegates
22,874 votes
6%
0 delegates
10,297 votes
3%
0 delegates
4,495 votes
29
163,001 votes
May 19 Oregon 66%
46 delegates
404,999 votes
20%
15 delegates
125,498 votes
10%
0 delegates
58,764 votes
2%
0 delegates
10,607 votes
61
612,770 votes
May 22 Hawaii[B] 63%
16 delegates
21,214 votes
37%
8 delegates
12,337 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
24
33,551 votes
Date State/Territory Biden Sanders Warren Bloomberg Buttigieg Klobuchar Gabbard Steyer
Jun 2 District of Columbia 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
20
0 votes
Indiana 0%'
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
82
0 votes
Maryland 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
96
0 votes
Montana 0%'
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
19
0 votes
New Mexico 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
34
0 votes
Pennsylvania 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
186
0 votes
Rhode Island 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
26
0 votes
South Dakota 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
16
0 votes
Jun 6 US Virgin Islands
caucuses
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
7
0 votes
June 9 Georgia 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
105
0 votes
West Virginia 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
28
0 votes
Jun 23 Kentucky 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
54
0 votes
New York 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
274
Date State/Territory Biden Sanders Warren Bloomberg Buttigieg Klobuchar Gabbard Steyer
Jul 7 Delaware 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
21
0 votes
New Jersey 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
126
0 votes
Jul 11 Louisiana 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
54
0 votes
Jul 12 Puerto Rico 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
51
0 votes
Aug 11 Connecticut 0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
60
0 votes
TBA Guam
caucuses
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
0%
0 delegates
0 votes
7
0 votes
Withdrawal date Apr 8,
2020
Mar 5,
2020
Mar 4,
2020
Mar 1,
2020
Mar 2,
2020
Mar 19,
2020
Feb 29,
2020
A Total votes, incl. No Preference, Uncommitted, and various write-ins and minor candidates.
B Results from the final alignment / the last round.

Other candidates[edit]

Eighteen candidates suspended their campaigns before the Iowa caucuses. Seven major candidates had withdrawn from the race after states began to certify candidates for ballot spots: Joe Sestak, Steve Bullock, Kamala Harris, Julián Castro, Marianne Williamson, Cory Booker, and John Delaney.[20] Three others dropped out after the New Hampshire primary. Since the beginning of the primary season, none of these other candidates have been awarded any delegates.

Candidates Deval
Patrick
Andrew
Yang
Michael
Bennet
John
Delaney
Cory
Booker
Marianne
Williamson
Julian
Castro
Kamala
Harris
Steve
Bullock
Joe
Sestak
Withdrawal date Feb 12, 2020 Feb 11, 2020 Feb 11, 2020 Jan 31, 2020 Jan 13, 2020 Jan 10, 2020 Jan 2, 2020 Dec 3, 2019 Dec 2, 2019 Dec 2, 2019
Date State/
Territory
Deval Patrick 2016.jpg Andrew Yang by Gage Skidmore.jpg Michael Bennet by Gage Skidmore.jpg
John Delaney by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Cory Booker by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Marianne Williamson November 2019.jpg
Julian Castro 2019 crop.jpg
Kamala Harris April 2019.jpg
Steve Bullock by Gage Skidmore.jpg
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Feb 3 IA 0 1,758 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Feb 11 NH 1,271 8,312 952 83 157 99 83 129 64 152
Feb 22 NV 8 49 36 0
Feb 29 SC 288 1,066 765 350 644
Mar 3 AL 875 2,250 294 740 224 184
AR 715 574 443 572 501 304 715 485 408
CA 2,022 43,571 7,377 4,606 6,000 7,052 13,892 3,270
CO 227 3,988 0 1,276 1,086
DA 26 85
ME 218 696 183 201
MA 6,918 2,713 1,284 718 426 616 304
MN 72 1,749 315 172 197 226 114
NC 1,341 2,973 1,978 1,098 2,181 1,243 699
OK 680 1,997 1,273 1,530 1,158 620
TN 182 1,097 1,650 378 953 498 239
TX 1,304 6,674 10,324 3,280 4,941 3,918 16,688
UT 55 950 0 138 220 159
VT 137 591 135 52
VA 370 3,361 1,437 1,910 902 691
Mar 10 ID 19 310 92 65 55 57 49
MI 2,380 1,536 464 840 719 306 757
MS 258 450 0
MO 52 953 206 159 651 170 103
ND 2 20 3 3 0
WA 508 6,403 2,044 573 1,314
Mar 17 AZ 244 1,783 239 326 412 627 694
FL 661 5,286 4,244 1,583 1,507 1,744 1,036 664
IL 1,475 3,715 1,249 1,100 2,527
Apr 7 WI 311 3,349 475 529
Apr 28 OH 803 456 1,989
June 2 IN
MD
NM
TOTAL 20,723 118,747 43,635 15,985 29,977 21,926 36,648 844 549 5,251

Other candidates were able to make it on the ballot in individual states. Some votes for minor candidates are unavailable because in many states (territories) they can be listed as Others or Write-ins. Since the beginning of the primary season, none of these other candidates have been awarded any delegates. Of the over 200 people who have filed with the FEC as candidates for the Democratic nomination, the following have been placed on the ballot in at least one state.[20]

National popular vote totals for other candidates
Candidate Votes No. states on ballot
Uncommitted† 35,970 Various states
Other‡[21] 18,115 Various states
Roque De La Fuente III 13,610 6 (NH,UT,CA,AZ,CO,TX)
Michael A. Ellinger 3,627 3 (NH,AZ,CA)
Mark Stewart Greenstein 3,331 3 (NH,VT,CA)
Robby Wells 1,959 5 (NH,TX,MO,LA,CO)
Mosie Boyd 2,064 4 (NH,UT,AR,CA)
Rita Krichevsky 468 2 (NH,CO)
Bill Haas 392 1 (MO)
Henry Hewes 345 3 (NH,AZ,MO)
Velma Steinman 191 1 (MO)
Leonard J. Steinman II 175 1 (MO)
Steve Burke 246 2 (NH,MO)
Tom Koos 72 1 (NH)
Nathan Bloxham 69 1 (UT)
David John Thistle 53 1 (NH)
Sam Sloan 34 1 (NH)
Lorenz Kraus 52 1 (NH)
Jason Evritte Dunlap 12 1 (NH)
Ben Gleib 31 1 (NH)
Raymond Michael Moroz 8 1 (NH)
Thomas James Torgesen 30 1 (NH)
David Lee Rice 0 1 (WV)

†Sometimes listed as "None of the Above"

‡Some states don't count some write-ins or minor candidates individually but lump them together.

Results[edit]

Early states[edit]

Iowa[edit]

The Iowa Democratic caucuses took place on February 3, 2020. The results of the 2020 Iowa caucuses have been certified; however, they have been challenged. As of February 29, 2020, that challenge is pending before the Democratic National Committee's Rules and Bylaws Committee.[22]

2020 Iowa Democratic caucuses[23][24][22][b]
Candidate Initial
alignment
Final
alignment[c]
State delegate
equivalents
Pledged
national
convention
delegates[23][24][22][b]
Votes % Votes % Number %
Pete Buttigieg 37,572 21.3 43,209 25.1 562.9538 26.17 14
Bernie Sanders 43,581 24.7 45,652 26.5 562.0214 26.13 12
Elizabeth Warren 32,589 18.5 34,909 20.3 388.4403 18.1 8
Joe Biden 26,291 14.9 23,605 13.7 340.3238 15.8 6
Amy Klobuchar 22,454 12.7 21,100 12.2 263.8689 12.3 1[d]
Andrew Yang 8,914 5.1 1,758 1.0 21.8559 1.0
Tom Steyer 3,061 1.7 413 0.2 6.6189 0.3
Michael Bloomberg 212 0.1 16 0.0 0.2096 0.0
Tulsi Gabbard 341 0.2 16 0.0 0.1143 0.0
Michael Bennet 164 0.1 4 0.0 0.0000 0.0
Deval Patrick 9 0.0 0 0.0 0.0000 0.0
Uncommitted 1,009 0.6 1,420 0.8 3.7321 0.2
Other / Write in 155 0.1 198 0.1 0.6931 0.0
Totals[e] 176,352 100% 172,300 100% 2,150.8321 100% 41

New Hampshire[edit]

The New Hampshire Democratic primary took place on February 11, 2020.

2020 New Hampshire Democratic primary[26][27]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[f]
Bernie Sanders 76,384 25.6 9
Pete Buttigieg 72,454 24.3 9
Amy Klobuchar 58,714 19.7 6
Elizabeth Warren 27,429 9.2 0
Joe Biden 24,944 8.3 0
Tom Steyer 10,732 3.6 0
Tulsi Gabbard 9,755 3.3 0
Andrew Yang 8,312 2.8 0
Michael Bloomberg (write-in)[30][27] 4,777 1.6 0
Deval Patrick 1,271 0.4 0
Donald Trump (write-in Republican)[27] 1,219 0.4 0
Michael Bennet 952 0.3 0
Joe Sestak (withdrawn) 152 0.1 0
Other write-ins[g] 173 0.1 0
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 157 0.1 0
Kamala Harris (withdrawn) 129 0.0 0
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 99 0.0 0
Steve Burke 86 0.0 0
Julián Castro (withdrawn) 83 0.0 0
John Delaney (withdrawn) 83 0.0 0
Tom Koos 72 0.0 0
Steve Bullock (withdrawn) 64 0.0 0
Michael A. Ellinger 19 0.0 0
David John Thistle 53 0.0 0
Lorenz Kraus 52 0.0 0
Robby Wells 45 0.0 0
Henry Hewes 43 0.0 0
Sam Sloan 34 0.0 0
Mosie Boyd 32 0.0 0
Mark Stewart Greenstein 31 0.0 0
Ben Gleiberman (withdrawn) 30 0.0 0
Thomas James Torgesen 30 0.0 0
Rita Krichevsky 23 0.0 0
Bill Weld (write-in Republican)[27] 16 0.0 0
Jason Evritte Dunlap 12 0.0 0
Roque De La Fuente III 11 0.0 0
Raymond Michael Moroz 8 0.0 0
Total 298,377 100% 24

Nevada[edit]

The Nevada Democratic caucus took place with early voting February 14 to 18, and was completed on February 22, 2020.

2020 Nevada Democratic caucuses[31][32][33][34]
Candidate First
alignment
Final
alignment[h]
County
convention
delegates[i]
Pledged
national
convention

delegates[j][36]
Votes % Votes % Number %
Bernie Sanders 35,652 34.0 41,075 40.5 6,788 46.8 24
Joe Biden 18,424 17.6 19,179 18.9 2,927 20.2 9
Pete Buttigieg 16,102 15.4 17,598 17.3 2,073 14.3 3
Elizabeth Warren 13,438 12.8 11,703 11.5 1,406 9.7 0
Tom Steyer 9,503 9.1 4,120 4.1 682 4.7 0
Amy Klobuchar 10,100 9.6 7,376 7.3 603 4.2 0
Tulsi Gabbard 353 0.3 32 0.0 4 0.0 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 612 0.6 49 0.0 1 0.0 0
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 140 0.1 36 0.0 0 0.0 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 86 0.1 8 0.0 0 0.0 0
John Delaney (withdrawn) 1 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0
Uncommitted 472 0.4 367 0.4 7 0.0 0
Total 104,883 100 101,543 100 14,491 100 36

South Carolina[edit]

The South Carolina Democratic primary took place on February 29, 2020, three days prior to Super Tuesday.

2020 South Carolina Democratic primary[37]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[k]
Joe Biden 262,336 48.65 39
Bernie Sanders 106,605 19.77 15
Tom Steyer 61,140 11.34 0
Pete Buttigieg 44,217 8.20 0
Elizabeth Warren 38,120 7.07 0
Amy Klobuchar 16,900 3.13 0
Tulsi Gabbard 6,813 1.26 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 1,069 0.20 0
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 765 0.14 0
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 658 0.12 0
John Delaney (withdrawn) 352 0.07 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 288 0.05 0
Total 539,263 100% 54

Super Tuesday[edit]

Super Tuesday took place on March 3, 2020.

Alabama[edit]

Popular vote share by county
  Biden—40–50%
  Biden—50–60%
  Biden—60–70%
  Biden—70–80%
2020 Alabama Democratic primary[39]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[40]
[[Joe Biden|Joe Biden]] 286,065 63.28 44
Bernie Sanders 74,755 16.54 8
Michael Bloomberg 52,750 11.67 0
Elizabeth Warren 25,847 5.72 0
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 2,250 0.50 0
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn) 1,416 0.31 0
Tom Steyer (withdrawn) 1,048 0.23 0
Tulsi Gabbard 1,038 0.23 0
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn) 907 0.20 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 875 0.19 0
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 740 0.16 0
John Delaney (withdrawn) 294 0.07 0
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 224 0.05 0
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 184 0.04 0
Uncommitted 3,700 0.82 0
Total 452,093 100% 52

American Samoa[edit]

2020 American Samoa Democratic caucuses[41][42]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Michael Bloomberg 175 49.9 4
Tulsi Gabbard 103 29.3 2
Bernie Sanders 37 10.5 0
Joe Biden 31 8.8 0
Elizabeth Warren 5 1.4 0
Total 351 100.0 6

Arkansas[edit]

Popular vote share by county
  Biden—30–40%
  Biden—40–50%
  Biden—50–60%
  Biden—60–70%
  Sanders—30–40%
2020 Arkansas Democratic primary[43]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[44]
Joe Biden 93,012 40.59 17
Bernie Sanders 51,413 22.44 9
Michael Bloomberg 38,312 16.72 5
Elizabeth Warren 22,971 10.03
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 7,649 3.34
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn†) 7,009 3.06
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 2,053 0.90
Tulsi Gabbard 1,593 0.70
Kamala Harris (withdrawn) 715 0.31
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 715 0.31
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 574 0.25
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 572 0.25
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 501 0.22
Steve Bullock (withdrawn) 485 0.21
John Delaney (withdrawn) 443 0.19
Joe Sestak (withdrawn) 408 0.18
Mosie Boyd 393 0.17
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 304 0.13
Total 229,122 100% 31
†Candidate withdrew after early voting started.

California[edit]

Bernie Sanders rally at the Los Angeles Convention Center
Senator Bernie Sanders at a campaign rally in San Jose, California on March 1, 2020
Joe Biden's presidential campaign in Bel Air, Los Angeles on March 5, 2020


2020 California Democratic primary[45]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[46]
Bernie Sanders 2,080,846 36.0 221
Joe Biden 1,613,854 27.9 172
Elizabeth Warren 762,555 13.2 12
Michael Bloomberg 701,803 12.1 9
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn[l]) 249,256 4.3
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn[l]) 126,961 2.2
Tom Steyer (withdrawn[l]) 113,092 2.0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 43,571 0.8
Tulsi Gabbard 33,769 0.6
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 13,892 0.2
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 7,377 0.1
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 7,052 0.1
Roque De La Fuente III 6,151 0.1
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 6,000 0.1
John Delaney (withdrawn) 4,606 0.1
Michael Ellinger 3,424 0.1
Joe Sestak (withdrawn) 3,270 0.1
Mark Greenstein 3,190 0.1
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 2,022 0.0
Mosie Boyd 1,639 0.0
Total 5,784,330 414 (of 415)

Colorado[edit]

The results were certified on March 30.[47] The race has been called for Bernie Sanders[48] who won a plurality of votes and delegates.

2020 Colorado Democratic primary[49][m]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[51][52]
Bernie Sanders 355,293 37.00 29
Joe Biden 236,565 24.64 21
Michael Bloomberg 177,727 18.51 9
Elizabeth Warren 168,695 17.57 8
Tulsi Gabbard 10,037 1.05
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 3,988 0.42
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 3,323 0.35
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 1,276 0.13
Roque De La Fuente III 1,136 0.12
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn†) 1,086 0.11
Rita Krichevsky 445 0.05
Robby Wells 330 0.03
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 227 0.02
Total 960,128 100% 67
†Candidate withdrew after early voting started.

Maine[edit]

2020 Maine Democratic primary[53]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[54]
Joe Biden 68,729 33.37 11
Bernie Sanders 66,826 32.45 9
Elizabeth Warren 32,055 15.57 4
Michael Bloomberg 24,294 11.80
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 4,364 2.12
Amy Klobuchar(withdrawn†) 2,826 1.37
Tulsi Gabbard 1,815 0.88
Andrew Yang (withdrawn†) 696 0.34
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 313 0.15
Deval Patrick (withdrawn†) 218 0.11
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 201 0.10
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 183 0.09
Blank ballots 3,417 1.66
Total 205,937 100% 24
† Candidate withdrew after early voting started.

Massachusetts[edit]

2020 Massachusetts Democratic primary[55]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Joe Biden 473,861 33.41 37
Bernie Sanders 376,990 26.58 29
Elizabeth Warren 303,864 21.43 25
Michael Bloomberg 166,200 11.72
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 38,400 2.71
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn†) 17,297 1.22
Tulsi Gabbard 10,548 0.74
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 6,923 0.49
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 6,762 0.48
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 2,708 0.19
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 1,257 0.09
John Delaney (withdrawn) 675 0.05
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 617 0.04
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 426 0.03
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 305 0.02
No Preference 5,345 0.38
Blank ballots 4,061 0.29
All Others 1,941 0.14
Total 1,418,180 100% 91
†Candidate withdrew after early voting started.

Minnesota[edit]

county
Popular vote share by county
Popular vote share by congressional district

15 candidates and an uncommitted option were on the ballot.[56] Candidates' names remain on the ballot even if the candidate has suspended/ended his/her campaign before the primary.

2020 Minnesota Democratic primary[57]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[58]
Joe Biden 287,553 38.64 38
Bernie Sanders 222,431 29.89 27
Elizabeth Warren 114,674 15.41 10
Michael Bloomberg 61,882 8.32 0
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn†) 41,530 5.58 0
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 7,616 1.02 0
Tulsi Gabbard 2,504 0.34 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn†) 1,749 0.24 0
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 551 0.07 0
Michael Bennet (withdrawn†) 315 0.04 0
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 226 0.03 0
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 197 0.03 0
John Delaney (withdrawn†) 172 0.02 0
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 114 0.02 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn†) 72 0.01 0
Uncommitted 2,612 0.35 0
Total 744,198 100% 75
†Candidate withdrew after no-excuse, in-person absentee voting started on January 17, 2020.

North Carolina[edit]

Popular vote share by county
2020 North Carolina Democratic primary[59]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[60]
[[Joe Biden|Joe Biden]] 572,271 42.95 68
Bernie Sanders 322,645 24.22 37
Michael Bloomberg 172,558 12.95 3
Elizabeth Warren 139,912 10.50 2
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 43,632 3.27
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn†) 30,742 2.31
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 10,679 0.80
Tulsi Gabbard 6,622 0.50
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 2,973 0.22
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 2,181 0.16
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 1,978 0.15
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 1,341 0.10
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 1,243 0.09
John Delaney (withdrawn) 1,098 0.08
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 699 0.05
No Preference 21,808 1.64
Total 1,332,382 100% 110
†Candidate withdrew after early voting started.

Oklahoma[edit]

Popular vote share by county
  Biden—<30%
  Biden—30–40%
  Biden—40–50%
2020 Oklahoma Democratic primary[61]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[62]
Joe Biden 117,633 38.66 21
Bernie Sanders 77,425 25.45 13
Michael Bloomberg 42,270 13.89 2
Elizabeth Warren 40,732 13.39 1
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn†) 6,733 2.21 0
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 5,115 1.68 0
Tulsi Gabbard 5,109 1.68 0
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 2,006 0.66 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 1,997 0.66 0
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 1,530 0.50 0
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 1,273 0.42 0
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 1,158 0.38 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 680 0.22 0
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 620 0.20 0
Total 304,281 100% 37
†Candidate withdrew after early voting started.

Tennessee[edit]

Popular vote share by county
  Biden—30–40%
  Biden—40–50%
  Biden—50–60%
  Biden—60–70%
  Sanders—30–40%
2020 Tennessee Democratic primary[63][64]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Joe Biden 215,390 41.72 33
Bernie Sanders 129,168 25.02 20
Michael Bloomberg 79,789 15.46 10
Elizabeth Warren 53,732 10.41 1
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 17,102 3.31 0
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn†) 10,671 2.07 0
Tulsi Gabbard 2,278 0.44 0
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 1,932 0.37 0
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 1,650 0.32 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 1,097 0.21 0
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 953 0.18 0
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 498 0.10 0
John Delaney (withdrawn) 378 0.07 0
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 239 0.05 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 182 0.04 0
Uncommitted 1,191 0.23 0
Total 516,250 100% 64
†Candidate withdrew after early voting started.

Texas[edit]

2020 Texas Democratic primary[65][66]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Joe Biden 725,562 34.64 111
Bernie Sanders 626,339 29.91 102
Michael Bloomberg 300,608 14.35 10
Elizabeth Warren 239,237 11.42 5
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 82,671 3.95 0
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn†) 43,291 2.07 0
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 16,688 0.80 0
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 13,929 0.67 0
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 10,324 0.49 0
Tulsi Gabbard 8,688 0.41 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 6,674 0.32 0
Roque De La Fuente III 5,469 0.26 0
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 4,941 0.24 0
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 3,918 0.19 0
John Delaney (withdrawn) 3,280 0.16 0
Robby Wells 1,505 0.07 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 1,304 0.06 0
Total 2,094,428 228
†Candidate withdrew after early voting started.

Utah[edit]

2020 Utah Democratic primary[67]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[68]
[[Bernie Sanders|Bernie Sanders]] 79,728 36.14 16
Joe Biden 40,674 18.44 7
Elizabeth Warren 35,727 16.20 3
Michael Bloomberg 33,991 15.41 3
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 18,734 8.49
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn†) 7,603 3.45
Tulsi Gabbard 1,704 0.77
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 950 0.43
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 703 0.32
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 220 0.10
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 159 0.07
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 138 0.06
Roque De La Fuente III 127 0.06
Nathan Bloxham 69 0.03
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 55 0.02
Total 220,582 100% 29
†Candidate withdrew after early voting started.

Vermont[edit]

Popular vote share by county
  Sanders—40–50%
  Sanders—50–60%
2020 Vermont Democratic primary[69]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[70]
Bernie Sanders 79,921 50.57 11
Joe Biden 34,669 21.94 5
Elizabeth Warren 19,785 12.52 0
Michael Bloomberg 14,828 9.38 0
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 3,709 2.35 0
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn†) 1,991 1.26 0
Tulsi Gabbard 1,303 0.82 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn†) 591 0.37 0
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 202 0.13 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn†) 137 0.09 0
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 135 0.09 0
Mark Stewart 110 0.07 0
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 52 0.03 0
Write-ins[n] 219 0.14 0
Overvotes 57 0.04 0
Blank votes 323 0.20 0
Total 158,032 100% 16
†Candidate withdrew after no-excuse, in-person absentee voting started.

Virginia[edit]

county
Popular vote share by county
Popular vote share by congressional district
2020 Virginia Democratic primary[71][o]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[73]
Joe Biden 705,501 53.30 66
Bernie Sanders 306,388 23.15 31
Elizabeth Warren 142,546 10.77 2
Michael Bloomberg 128,030 9.67 0
Tulsi Gabbard 11,288 0.85 0
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 11,199 0.85 0
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn†) 8,414 0.64 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn†) 3,361 0.25 0
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 1,910 0.14 0
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 1,472 0.11 0
Michael Bennet (withdrawn†) 1,437 0.11 0
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 902 0.07 0
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 691 0.05 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn†) 370 0.03 0
Write-in votes 184 0.01 0
Total 1,323,693 100% 99
†Candidate withdrew after absentee voting started.

Mid/Late-March[edit]

Democrats Abroad[edit]

Results of the primary were announced on Monday, March 23, 2020.[74]

2020 Democrats Abroad primary[75]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Bernie Sanders 23,139 57.9 9
Joe Biden 9,059 22.7 4
Elizabeth Warren[p] 5,730 14.3 0
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn)[p] 892 2.2
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn) 616 1.5
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn) 224 0.6
Tulsi Gabbard 146 0.4
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 85 0.2
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 26 0.1
Tom Steyer (withdrawn) 19 0.1
Uncommitted 48 0.1
Total 39,984 100 13

Idaho[edit]

2020 Idaho Democratic primary[76]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Joe Biden 52,679 48.9 11
Bernie Sanders 45,815 42.5 9
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 2,865 2.7
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn) 2,589 2.4
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn) 1,405 1.3
Tulsi Gabbard 868 0.8
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn) 769 0.7
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 308 0.3
Tom Steyer (withdrawn) 112 0.1
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 88 0.1
John Delaney (withdrawn) 64 0.1
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 57 0.1
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 56 0.1
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 49 0.0
Steve Burke 38 0.0
Roque De La Fuente III 22 0.0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 17 0.0
Total 107,801 100% 20

Michigan[edit]

2020 Michigan Democratic primary[77]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Joe Biden 840,360 52.93 73
Bernie Sanders 576,926 36.34 52
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn†) 73,464 4.63
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn†) 26,148 1.65
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 22,462 1.41
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn†) 11,018 0.69
Tulsi Gabbard 9,461 0.60
Andrew Yang (withdrawn†) 2,380 0.15
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 1,732 0.11
Michael Bennet (withdrawn†) 1,536 0.10
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 840 0.05
Joe Sestak (withdrawn) 757 0.05
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 719 0.05
John Delaney (withdrawn†) 464 0.03
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 306 0.02
Uncommitted 19,106 1.20
Total 1,587,679 100% 125

†Candidate withdrew after early voting started.

Mississippi[edit]

2020 Mississippi Democratic primary[78][79]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Joe Biden 222,160 80.96 34
Bernie Sanders 40,657 14.82 2
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn) 6,933 2.53 0
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 1,550 0.56 0
Tulsi Gabbard 1,003 0.37 0
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn) 562 0.20 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 450 0.16 0
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn) 440 0.16 0
Tom Steyer (withdrawn) 378 0.14 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 258 0.09 0
Total 274,391 100% 36

Missouri[edit]

2020 Missouri Democratic primary[80]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Joe Biden 400,347 60.10 44
Bernie Sanders 230,374 34.59 24
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn) 9,866 1.48 0
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 8,156 1.22 0
Tulsi Gabbard 4,887 0.73 0
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn) 3,309 0.50 0
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn) 2,682 0.40 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 953 0.14 0
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 651 0.10 0
Tom Steyer (withdrawn) 584 0.09 0
Bill Haas 392 0.06 0
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 206 0.03 0
Velma Steinman 191 0.03 0
Leonard J. Steinman II 175 0.03 0
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 170 0.03 0
John Delaney (withdrawn) 159 0.02 0
Steve Burke 122 0.02 0
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 103 0.02 0
Henry Hewes 94 0.01 0
Robby Wells 79 0.01 0
Roque De La Fuente III 66 0.01 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 52 0.01 0
Uncommitted 2,494 0.37 0
Total 666,112 100 68

North Dakota[edit]

2020 North Dakota Democratic caucuses[81]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Bernie Sanders 7,682 53.3 8
Joe Biden 5,742 39.8 6
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn[q]) 366 2.5
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn[q]) 223 1.5
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn[q]) 164 1.1
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn[q]) 113 0.8
Tulsi Gabbard 89 0.6
Andrew Yang (withdrawn[q]) 20 0.2
Tom Steyer (withdrawn[q]) 6 0.0
Michael Bennet (withdrawn[q]) 3 0.0
John Delaney (withdrawn[q]) 3 0.0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn[q]) 2 0.0
Total 14,413 14

Washington[edit]

2020 Washington Democratic primary[82]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[83]
Joe Biden 591,403 37.94 46
Bernie Sanders 570,039 36.57 43
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn†) 142,652 9.15
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn†) 122,530 7.86
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 63,344 4.06
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn†) 33,383 2.14
Tulsi Gabbard 13,199 0.85
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 6,403 0.41
Tom Steyer (withdrawn†) 3,455 0.22
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 2,044 0.13
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 1,314 0.08
John Delaney (withdrawn) 573 0.04
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 508 0.03
Uncommitted 6,450 0.41
Total write-ins 1,479 0.09
Total 1,558,776 100% 89
†Candidate withdrew after the start of mail-in voting.

Northern Mariana Islands[edit]

2020 Northern Mariana Islands Democratic caucus[84]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Bernie Sanders 84 62.7 4
Joe Biden 48 35.8 2
Uncommitted 2 1.5 0
Total 134 100% 6

Arizona[edit]

2020 Arizona Democratic primary[85]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[86]
Joe Biden 268,029 44.05 39
Bernie Sanders 200,456 32.95 28
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn†) 35,537 5.84 0
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn†) 24,868 4.09 0
Tulsi Gabbard 3,014 0.50 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 1,921 0.32 0
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 754 0.12 0
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 668 0.10 0
Roque De La Fuente III 628 0.10 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 242 0.04 0
Henry Hewes 208 0.03 0
Michael A. Ellinger 184 0.03 0
Total 536,509[r] 87.92%[s] 67

†Candidate withdrew after early voting started.

Florida[edit]

2020 Florida Democratic primary[88]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[89]
Joe Biden 1,077,375 61.95 162
Bernie Sanders 397,311 22.84 57
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn) 146,544 8.43 0
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn) 39,886 2.29 0
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 32,875 1.89 0
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn) 17,276 0.99 0
Tulsi Gabbard 8,712 0.50 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 5,286 0.30 0
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 4,244 0.24 0
Tom Steyer (withdrawn) 2,510 0.14 0
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 1,744 0.10 0
John Delaney (withdrawn) 1,583 0.09 0
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 1,507 0.09 0
Julián Castro (withdrawn) 1,036 0.06 0
Joe Sestak (withdrawn) 664 0.04 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 661 0.04 0
Total 1,739,214 100% 219

Illinois[edit]

2020 Illinois Democratic primary[90][91]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Joe Biden 986,661 58.94 94
Bernie Sanders 605,701 36.18 60
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn) 25,500 1.52 0
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 24,413 1.46 0
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn) 9,729 0.58 0
Tulsi Gabbard 9,642 0.57 0
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 4,021 0.24 0
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 2,684 0.16 0
Tom Steyer (withdrawn) 1,684 0.10 0
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 1,567 0.01 0
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 1,346 0.01 0
John Delaney (withdrawn) 1,185 0.01 0
Total 1,674,133 100% 154 (out of 155)

April-May[edit]

Wisconsin[edit]

2020 Wisconsin Democratic primary[92]
Candidate Votes[93] % Delegates[94]
Joe Biden 581,611 62.93% 56
Bernie Sanders 293,652 31.78% 28
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 14,055 1.52%
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn) 8,965 0.97%
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn) 6,063 0.66%
Tulsi Gabbard (withdrawn) 5,661 0.61%
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn) 4,992 0.54%
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 3,419 0.37%
Tom Steyer (withdrawn) 850 0.09%
John Delaney (withdrawn) 534 0.06%
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 485 0.05%
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 313 0.03%
Uninstructed 3,551 0.38%
Total 924,151 100% 84

100% precincts reporting[95]

Alaska[edit]

2020 Alaska Democratic primary final results[96]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[97]
Joe Biden 10,834 55.31 8
Bernie Sanders (suspended) 8,755 44.69 7
Total 19,589 100 15

Wyoming[edit]

2020 Wyoming Democratic primary[98]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[99]
Joe Biden 10,912 72.2% 10
Bernie Sanders (suspended) 4,206 27.8% 4
Total 15,118 100% 14

Ohio[edit]

2020 Ohio Democratic primary[100]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[101]
Joe Biden 623,186 72.4 115
Bernie Sanders (Campaign suspended) 142,906 16.6 21
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 29,614 3.4
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn) 28,247 3.3
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn) 14,648 1.7
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn) 11,710 1.4
Tulsi Gabbard (withdrawn) 4,504 0.5
Tom Steyer (withdrawn) 2,715 0.3
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 2,000 0.2
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 817 0.1
Andrew Yang (withdrawn)
(write-in)
456 0.05
Total 860,803 100.00 136

Kansas[edit]

2020 Kansas Democratic primary[102][103]
Candidate Votes % Delegates
Joe Biden 110,041 76.85% 29
Bernie Sanders (suspended) 33,142 23.15% 10
Total 143,183 100.00% 39

Nebraska[edit]

2020 Nebraska Democratic primary[104]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[105]
Joe Biden 126,424 76.83% 29
Bernie Sanders (Campaign suspended) 23,210 14.10%
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 10,400 6.32%
Tulsi Gabbard (withdrawn) 4,523 2.75%
Total 164,557 100.00% 29

Oregon[edit]

2020 Oregon Democratic primary[106]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[107]
Joe Biden 405,066 66.09 46
Bernie Sanders (withdrawn) 125,511 20.48 15
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 58,770 9.59
Tulsi Gabbard (withdrawn) 10,609 1.73
write-ins 12,907 2.11
Total 612,863 100.00 61

Early June[edit]

District of Columbia[edit]

2020 District of Columbia Democratic primary[108]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[109]
Joe Biden 62,069 77.5% 20
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 9,675 12.1%
Bernie Sanders (withdrawn) 8,007 10%
Tulsi Gabbard (withdrawn) 351 0.4%
Total 80,102 100% 20

Indiana[edit]

2020 Indiana Democratic primary[110]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[111]
Joe Biden 307,717 75.9% 74
Bernie Sanders (withdrawn) 56,998 14.1% 2
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn) 14,495 3.6%
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 11,358 2.8%
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn) 4,323 1.1%
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 3,862 1%
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn) 3,301 0.8%
Tulsi Gabbard (withdrawn) 2,333 0.6%
Tom Steyer (withdrawn) 1,239 0.3%
Total 405,626 100% 76 (of 82)

Maryland[edit]

2020 Maryland Democratic primary[112]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[113]
Joe Biden 433,244 85.1% 90
Bernie Sanders (withdrawn) 30,833 6.1%
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 10,185 2%
Michael Bloomberg (withdrawn) 4,064 0.8%
Pete Buttigieg (withdrawn) 3,711 0.7%
Amy Klobuchar (withdrawn) 3,331 0.7%
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 3,043 0.6%
Tulsi Gabbard (withdrawn) 2,427 0.5%
Michael Bennet (withdrawn) 1,331 0.3%
Cory Booker (withdrawn) 1,098 0.2%
Marianne Williamson (withdrawn) 489 0.1%
Tom Steyer (withdrawn) 439 0.1%
Julian Castro (withdrawn) 368 0.1%
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 204 0.1%
Uncommitted 14,196 2.8%
Total 508,963 100.00% 90 (of 96)

Montana[edit]

2020 Montana Democratic primary[114]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[115]
Joe Biden 111,340 74.5% 18
Bernie Sanders (withdrawn) 21,966 14.7% 1
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 11,941 8.0%
Uncommitted 4,239 2.8%
Total 149,486 100% 19

New Mexico[edit]

2020 New Mexico Democratic primary[116]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[117]
Joe Biden 154,671 73.5% 28
Bernie Sanders (withdrawn) 30,907 14.7%
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 12,091 5.7%
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 3,514 1.7%
Tulsi Gabbard (withdrawn) 2,414 1.1%
Deval Patrick (withdrawn) 894 0.4%
Uncommitted 5,832 2.8%
Total 210,323 100% 28 (of 34)

Pennsylvania[edit]

2020 Pennsylvania Democratic primary[118]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[119]
Joe Biden 625,958 76.81% 126
Bernie Sanders (withdrawn) 157,727 19.36% 2
Tulsi Gabbard (withdrawn) 31,231 3.83%
Total 814,916 100% 128 (of 186)

Rhode Island[edit]

2020 Rhode Island Democratic primary[120]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[121]
Joe Biden 8,648 61.6% 14
Bernie Sanders (withdrawn) 4,247 30.3%
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 593 4.2%
Andrew Yang (withdrawn) 182 1.3%
Tulsi Gabbard (withdrawn) 164 1.2%
Uncommitted 205 1.5%
Total 14,039 100% 14 (of 26)

South Dakota[edit]

2020 South Dakota Democratic primary[122]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[123]
Joe Biden 38,353 77.4% 13
Bernie Sanders (withdrawn) 11,230 22.6% 3
Total 49,583 100% 16

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ In-person voting on April 7. Absentee ballots can be received by 4pm on April 13, but must be postmarked by April 7.
  2. ^ a b While the final results of the Iowa caucuses have been certified, an appeal to the Democratic National Committee is pending as of February 29, 2020.
  3. ^ Final vote after votes for candidates below the 15% viability threshold in each precinct are reallocated to other viable candidates.
  4. ^ All presidential candidates winning less than a 15% share of SDEs statewide and in CD1, CD2, CD3, CD4, will win 0 pledged national convention delegates. Klobuchar did not exceed 15% statewide, or in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd congressional districts, where her SDE-result was eliminated (meaning she won 0 pledged national convention delegates here). Klobuchar however had "qualified SDEs" above 15% in the 4th congressional district, where she proportionally won 1 out of 5 available delegates. So despite the fact that Klobuchar won 12.3% of all SDE totals statewide, she only won 2.4% (​141) of the pledged national convention delegates available in Iowa.[25]
  5. ^ Per the Iowa Democratic Party official report.[24]
  6. ^ Number of pledged delegates towards the 2020 Democratic National Convention.[28][29]
  7. ^ Other write-ins (173 votes) does not include Michael Bloomberg (4,777 votes), Donald Trump (1,219 votes) and Bill Weld (16 votes). Total number of all write-ins was 6,185 votes.[27]
  8. ^ Vote count after votes for candidates who did not get at least 15% of the vote in that precinct are reallocated to the voter's second choice.
  9. ^ County convention delegates (CCDs) are used to calculate how many pledged national convention delegates each candidate win statewide and in the state's four congressional districts.
  10. ^ The number of "pledged national convention delegates" is determined proportionally to the presidential candidate's total number of CCDs won statewide and in each of the state's four congressional districts; but only for those presidential candidates who manage to qualify by winning at least a 15% share of the CCDs:
    • Either statewide (which may result in PLEO/at-large elected pledged national convention delegates)
    • Or in one of the four specific districts (which will result in a number of congressional district elected pledged national convention delegates).
    All presidential candidates winning less than a 15% share of CCDs statewide and in CD1, CD2, CD3, CD4, will win 0 pledged national convention delegates. Due to the fact that the pledged delegates are allocated according to the CCD-result from each of the 6 specific election races of the caucus (mentioned above), it is possible for a candidate to win the highest statewide CCD count without necessarily also winning the highest overall amount of pledged national convention delegates.[35]
    For example, Barack Obama won more pledged national convention delegates compared to Hillary Clinton in the 2008 Nevada Democratic caucuses, despite the fact that Clinton had won a higher CCD statewide total than Obama.
  11. ^ This figure is an estimate from the Associated Press.[38]
  12. ^ a b c Candidate withdrew after early voting started, but before Super Tuesday.
  13. ^ Michael Bennet, Pete Buttigieg, John Delaney and Amy Klobuchar officially withdrew. Thus all votes cast for them were not counted.[50]
  14. ^ Donald Trump with 83 votes; Blank (written in) with 8 votes; Hillary Clinton with 5 votes; Michael Bennet with 3 votes; Ron Paul, Michelle Obama, John Edwards, Thomas James Torgensen, and Stephen Richardson with 2 votes; 110 other write-ins with 1 vote
  15. ^ The "2020 March Democratic Presidential Primary" website published by the Virginia Department of Elections does not include the write-in votes.[72] This article includes them.
  16. ^ a b Candidate withdrew during the voting period.
  17. ^ a b c d e f g h i Candidate withdrew after early voting started.
  18. ^ Total of candidates officially reported, of 613,355 ballots cast.
  19. ^ Percentages reported by the Arizona Secretary of State do not add up to 100. This may be due to the fact that candidates who formally withdrew (Bennet, Bloomberg, Booker, Delaney, Klobuchar, and Steyer[87]) do not have their vote totals officially reported.[85]

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