Biden protest could log 10,000 ‘uncommitted’ votes in Michigan — here’s how that compares to Obama in 2012

Pro-Palestinian activists protesting President Joe Biden by voting “uncommitted” in the Michigan Democratic presidential primary are aiming for 10,000 votes on Tuesday, but that figure would pale in comparison to the primary in 2012.

The ballot for Democratic voters in the Great Lakes State on Tuesday will have four options, including Biden, Rep. Dean Phillips (D-MN), Marianne Williamson, and uncommitted. Activists want to send a message to Biden because of his stance on the war between Israel and Hamas, but it may be more muted than minor dissatisfaction with then-President Barack Obama in 2012.

The organizers who are pushing for uncommitted votes say they want at least 10,000 votes or as much as 15% of the primary vote going to no candidate, according to ABC News.

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