Biden wins Michigan democratic primary


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Joe Biden, a hopeful for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, won Michigans democratic primary election Tuesday, March 10.

Michigan residents voiced their opinions on the Democratic Party’s candidates Tuesday, March 10, voting for former Vice President Joe Biden to be the democratic presidential nominee.

Biden earned a large lead over Bernie Sanders before the absentee ballots were added, a whopping 53 percent to Sanders’ 36 percent.

Michigan has been fully reported in terms of normal ballots but the absentee voters and same day registered voters have not been counted.

Voters also had the option to approve or disapprove a bond for Mott Community College and Flint Community Schools.

Voters approved two millages for Flint Community Schools which will hold no tax increase to residents.

Voters also approved Mott’s $80 million bond to help capital improvement for the schools.

President Donald Trump won Michigan’s republican contest.