AM Buita | March 5, 2020 | 11:00 PM GMT
Joe Biden is seen garnering more delegates and keeping his distance from Bernie Sanders based on the latest count of the Super Tuesday votes.
With 9 states completely counted out of the 15 that voted last Tuesday, March 3, completely counted and only 152 delegates to be awarded, Biden kept his distance from the rest of the Democrat aspirants maintaining a lead with 82 delegates on his side.
As of press time, Bden has 573 delegates while Bernie, his closest contender, has 491. Michael Bloomberg has 60, Elizabeth, Warren has 56, and Tulsi Gabbard has 2.
The nine states that have been completely counted are Alabama, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Texas and Vermont. Only Vermont went for Sanders while the rest are for Biden.
The five states that are still being counted are California, Utah, Colorado, Massachusetts and Maine. Massachusetts and Maine are for Biden and the rest are for Sanders.