Trump Crushes Previous Vote Totals, 2969
Good morning, I’m still reporting on the Super Tuesday.
There are two big news items just about the Super Tuesday primary contests. I’ll put up a roundup story in the late afternoon today.
President Trump had primary voting in these various Super Tuesday states yesterday and the size of the Trump vote was staggering. Hat tip to Sundance for compiling these stats.
Tweeter Richard Baris hit the nail on the head:
“The untold story of the night is Republican turnout for an essentially uncontested incumbent president. Look at Texas and North Carolina, for instance.”
In Texas, Trump got 1.46 million votes, more than all Democrats combined.
In Oklahoma, [insert Richard Waters tweet] Trump got over 270,000 votes, more than twice as many that he received in the 2016 general election and over 4 times as many received by President Obama in 2012 and Bush in 2004. The top 4 Democrats got 277,000 votes, Trump got 274,000.
In Arkansas, [insert Ronna McDaniel tweet] Trump got twice as many votes as the last two incumbent presidents. The top 8 Democrats got 131,000 votes, but Trump got 238,000.
In North Carolina, Trump racked up 150% MORE votes than he did in 2016. However, the top 4 Democrats got 1.2 million votes to Trump’s 747,000. However, Trump is essentially running unopposed. This does not reflect the actual number of Republicans who go to the polls in November. It is absolutely amazing that the Trump vote could exceed the heavily-contested Democrat vote in any state.
In Tennessee, even with only 80% of the vote in, Trump received more votes than any Presidential Primary candidate in the last 30 years.
In Colorado, the Trump vote exceeded the total vote for the top 3 Democrats.
In Alabama, the top 4 Democrats got a total of over 441,000 votes. Trump got 709,000 votes.
In California the top 6 Democrats have so far received 2.5 million votes to Trump’s 1.4 million. But again, only the most diehard Trump supporters would go and vote in what essentially is only a heavily-contested Democrat primary.
Now there is big news on the Democrat side as well. There are only 5 major candidates still in the race – and that’s only if you count Tulsi Gabbard, who typically got less than 1% of the vote.
Mayor Mike Bloomberg had a terrible night and his staff said he was reconsidering his options overnight. He may drop out completely.
That leaves only 3 major candidates, Biden, Bernie and Warren. But sometime in the last week, Warren she was only staying in the race “because I’m just doing my job.”
What does that mean? It means that someone is paying her to stay in to siphon votes away from Bernie since Warren and Bernie are the two most leftist candidates.
According to Sundance, writing in The Conservative Treehouse:
“Elizabeth Warren staying in the race cost Bernie Sanders wins in Minnesota, Maine and Massachusetts.”
Without Warren still in the race, Bernie’s delegate count would have been much higher in Utah, Colorado and California.
It will be so interesting to see the financial reports to the FEC when they come in to try to determine how much money Warren took in and from whom.
I’m still reporting from just outside the citadel of American freedom. Good Day.
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