Super Tuesday: Biden, Trump likely to emerge victorious

by | Mar 5, 2024 | International | 0 comments

Staff Reporter

U.S President Joe Biden, and former President Donald Trump have higher chances of winning the tickets to represent their respective political organisations in the upcoming elections as they are likely to be nominated at the Super Tuesday elections today.

The nomination contests will be held in 15 states for Republicans and 15 states for Democrats in what many describe as a move that shapes the Presidential race.

President Biden remains the front-runner  for the Democrats and doesn’t face any serious challengers. Among the states voting on Tuesday is Minnesota, the home state of Rep Dean Philips, who has launched a longshot bid against Mr. Biden and could face defeat in his home state.

Although author Marianne Williamson had ended her long-shot campaign, she unsuspended it after she finished ahead of Phillips in the Michigan primary.

Former President Donald Trump is also the front-runner for the Republican nomination, but former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley is still in the race. Haley has yet to win any states, although she has picked up some delegates along the way.

More to follow.


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