Friday February 28, 2020

Sanders scores upset win over Clinton in Michigan primary

Donald Trump won both the Michigan and Mississippi Republican presidential primaries

9th March, 2016
Hillary Clinton

Bernie Sanders scored an upset win over Hillary Clinton in the Michigan Democratic primary, overcoming the double-digit lead she held in polls ahead of the vote and proving he can win in a diverse industrial state.

With 90 per cent of precincts reporting, Sanders had 50.4 per cent of the vote to Clinton’s 47.6 per cent, according to results compiled by the Associated Press. In the night’s other contest, a primary in Mississippi, Clinton dominated,...

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