Biden wins North Dakota primary, strengthening grip on nomination

President Joe Biden won the North Dakota Democratic presidential primary Saturday, adding 13 delegates to his tally as he vies for a second term in the White House.

The president collected 840 votes, or 92.4%, with no other candidate receiving more than 31, or 3.4%. The Republican Party held caucuses on March 4, during which former President Donald Trump defeated former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who has since exited the race, by more than 70 percentage points.

The outcome was expected, as Biden has claimed every state that has held a primary or caucuses thus far. He became the presumptive Democratic nominee on March 12, the same day Trump clinched the Republican nomination.

North Dakota is the 27th state, territory, or other nominating group of 34 that have voted to award all its Democratic delegates to Biden, who
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