Biden wins North Dako­ta pri­ma­ry, strength­en­ing grip on nom­i­na­tion

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 …