Biden Wins Dem’s Races In South Dakota, New Jersey And DC

Voters cast ballots at the MetraPark events center, Tuesday, June 4, 2024, in Billings, Mont. The primary election included candidates for president, U.S. Senate, governor and other offices. (AP Photo/Matthew Brown)

NEW YORK, Jun 5 – President Joe Biden won Democratic primaries Tuesday in South Dakota, New Jersey and Washington, D.C., among some of the last contests on the 2024 primary calendar.

Biden’s wins came as a handful of states were holding presidential primary contests for both parties, marking the first time Donald Trump’s name appeared on the ballot since his historic conviction on felony crimes.

The former president was on the ballot in Republican contests in Montana, New Mexico and New Jersey. Trump was unopposed in the New Jersey contest and declared the winner.

Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee, competed in the same states, plus the primaries in Washington and in South Dakota.

Republicans in D.C. held a party-run primary in March. South Dakota canceled its GOP presidential primary because Trump was uncontested.

Voters were also casting ballots in primary races for federal, state and local offices in those states.


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