top of page
  • Writer's pictureBy The Financial District

Biden, Trump Secure Michigan Primaries

In the Michigan primaries held on Tuesday, President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump emerged victorious, reinforcing the likelihood of a rematch between the two contenders, according to a report by Seung Min Kim, Corey Williams, Meg Kinnard, and Joey Cappelletti for the Associated Press (AP).


The outcomes in Michigan underscore the ongoing dynamics within both parties as the presidential race gains momentum. I Photo: President Joe Biden Facebook



While Biden faced nominal opposition, notably from Arab American voters, progressives, and youth expressing discontent over his stance on Israel, Trump comfortably surpassed his rival Nikki Haley.


However, Trump appeared to have experienced a dip in support among Republicans beyond his core base.



The New York Post highlighted the significant turnout for the "uncommitted" vote in Michigan, surpassing the margin by which Trump secured victory in the state in 2016. This surge was part of a protest effort this year, signaling discontent with certain candidates' policies.


All the news: Business man in suit and tie smiling and reading a newspaper near the financial district.

With the primary results, the Trump campaign aims to secure the required 1,215 delegates for the Republican nomination by mid-March, as reported by the New York Times.


The outcomes in Michigan underscore the ongoing dynamics within both parties as the presidential race gains momentum.




Optimize asset flow management and real-time inventory visibility with RFID tracking devices and custom cloud solutions.
Sweetmat disinfection mat

Comments


bottom of page